Got my wife hooked on "On Demand" DVDs using my TiVo + pyTiVo (a Python script that uses FFMPEG to reatime transcode video back onto your TiVo) and now I think she's ready for an AppleTV. Ootoot! I can thank Comcast for putting a bandwidth cap on their broadband which pushed me to switch (or at least is pushing me to switch, haven't done it yet) to DSL. I think we're going to dump ALL of Comcast, and use an AppleTV+TiVo with OTA exclusively now. Between Netflix (and Handbrake), and iTMS (with the $50 per month we WON'T be spending on cable) I think we'll have a much better experience. Of course we'll have the TiVo for OTA programming, which is about half or more of the shows we watch (Lost, Heroes, etc). I'll probably end up buying Mythbusters, Dexter, Entourage and a couple reality shows my wife watches, but I can't imagine we'll get anywhere near the $600 a year that would get us even to the "break even" point. Anyways, just excited that I can finally buy one. Just have to wait a little longer for a Sprint rebate check to get here (that was the only way to convince her in the end... it's sort of "free money") in the next week or so.