I'm pretty sure I'm about to dump TimeWarner for DirectTV, since I'm tired of every new sports channel being a hassle for TW & Comcast, but a breeze for DirectTV. I grabbed a brochure from Circuit City and it listed 4 different tiers: Choice - Basic package, no HD, no DVR Plus DVR - More channels, DVR Plus HD DVR - A couple more channels, HD, DVR Premier - A bunch of channels, I'm assuming HD & DVR but it doesn't list that specifically In my house I have 1 big screen HD TV, and with the new setup I've heard you can get it set up in up to 4 rooms. I would need 1 HD DVR package, and the other 3 TVs would just need regular channels with no DVR (basically the Choice option for 3 of the 4 TVs). The HD TV would also need the ability to add the Big Ten Network & The MLB Extra Innings subscriptions. So, Question #1 For the big screen HD TV, would the better option be the Plus HD DVR or the Premier? In other words, can I get the BTN & MLB packages with the Plus HD DVR package? I don't need HBO or anything special aside from those 2 packages. The Plus HD DVR option is 69.99....would I be able to pay that and then an additional monthly fee for BTN & MLB? Question #2 Is it possible to mix and match from those 4 tiers? I want 1 TV to have the PlusHD or Premier package, and the other 3 to have the Choice package. Is that possible....and even if it is, is that any cheaper than just getting the $70/month option and having that for 4 rooms even though I only have 1 HD TV? Cliff's Notes version: What would you do if you had 1 HD TV and 3 other TVs, and all you wanted were local channels + the ESPN/CNN/MTVs of the world (Nothing that costs extra), some HD, 1 DVR, the BTN, and the MLB package? I'm sure there's more that I'm forgetting for now. Thanks in advance.