I am a very frustrated 722 owner right now. If Dish can't turn this device into a usable box before next summer I will definitely be switching to DirecTV once they release their new TiVo boxes. But lets focus on the now and move onto my list of complaints. 1) Only a maximum of 96 timers? Are they serious? Having a family of 4 we reached this very quickly. They give you hundreds of channels, but they only expect you to watch 96 shows max? 2) My timers occasionally dump all their program guide info and I have to set up new timers for the exact same shows to get a working timer. So now I have to watch my upcoming events list like a hawk to make sure that everything records. 3) It is such a pain to watch live tv. You can't start a show and then watch another while the live show buffers because the buffer is dumped when you start the second show. And if you do just walk away to let the show buffer if there is another show scheduled to record immediately after it kicks you out of the live show and dumps the buffer. 4) And speaking of buffering, if I decide I like something I'm watching live and want to record it for my wife, why does it drop the buffer and only record half the show? 5) The search window is tedious and a pain to input text to search for, and if you happen to be recording something else at the time 33% of the time the system will freeze up and reboot. 6) Why does the system need to reboot everyday? This drives me crazy because it is so loud at night that it wakes my wife up, so I have it set up to restart midday where it will occasionally kick me out of whatever I am watching at the time. As a former TiVo series 1 user, I find it appalling that any of these things would be an issue as TiVo had it all worked out 10 years ago. How anyone could claim that this box is "better than TiVo" as Dish's ads claim is beyond me. I apologize if this is rantish sounding, but I just spent an hour with dish tech support to work out my timer issues and the operator just hung up on me.