Since we don't know that the pricing will turn out to be maybe a bit early to come to that conclusion. Remember the HR34, with the C30 or a TV with RVU client support, will behave like a HD DVR at each location. So with being able to support 3 RVU clients that's 3 TV's that would have HD DVR functionality without having to shell out the initial charge for a HD DVR, that's $600 minus the cost of the C30, so that could be a savings there. Of course that would be effected by the HR34's upfront charge and what the monthly charge, if any, would be. But this could be a win for DIRECTV, even if the long term costs come out higher, since a big complaint new customers have is the upfront costs for hardware. They look at what do I have to pay now usually and I'd guess even with C30 costs figured in the HR34/C30 config will come out cheaper then multiple HR2X's.