So I just activated my second HR24 last evening. I'm slowly trying to adjust myself away from the old DTivo interface that we've been accustomed to for the past 8 years, and I have few basic questions about the D* receivers/interface that I thought folks around here could probably help with. 1) When Double Play is active, is there anyway to see what is playing on the other tuner without having to actually switch over to the other tuner? On the Tivo interface, you could hit the Info button and swap the info displayed between the 2 tuners. 2) Is there any way to leave Double Dlay on permanently? What's the rational for turning it off anyway? All the Double Play pop-ups are a bit annoying. If Double Play is not active, is there at least always a buffer active on the currently viewed channel? 3) When I press the Power button on the remote, all the lights on the HR24 go out. What state is the receiver in at that point? Is it just in a low power state and will still continue to record shows, or is it truly off? 4) I know there is no Tivo-"like" wish list on the D* interface, but is there a way to record a specific show across different channels? Or if I want to see episodes on multiple channels, do I need multiple season passes? Seems like some shows in syndication have different episodes played regularly on different channels. 5) I've read that there are boolean searches that can be done on the D* interfaces that are pretty powerful. Is there any information out there with some examples, tips, etc that may be benificial? 6) What's the season pass limit? I think I read that it's 50 per receiver. Is that correct? I think I'm gonna miss the Tivo "suggestions". For shows that we liked, but didn't see as overly important, we simply gave them a few thumbs up, and Tivo would tape them as time allowed. Then there was always a stock of good stuff in the suggestions folder. Now I feel like I'm creating season passes for everything under the sun. All in all, so far, I'm pretty happy after the change over. There are a few things that I'll certainly miss on the Tivo interface, but in general, I think most of the really important details have been integrated in some fashion into the D* interface (most importantly DLB and MRV). I do think the Tivo interface was a bit more intuitive, and the D* interface is a bit clunky at times, but I don't think it's anything that I won't get used to after some regular usage. Maybe D* will upgrade their user interface at some point. I think a good HD interface will allow the screen to be utilized a heck of a lot more efficiently. Thanks in advance for all the help!!