Well if more people than Rich have to reboot with DECA...it shows exactly how wonderful it is. To me its flawed and will be for some time. There are so many issues coming up with it after techs leave a subs home thats rediculous. I realize most do not have cat5 all over the house and yes DECA is the way, I just feel its far from primetime.
I disagree. DECA works just fine (the only reason I still have 2 DVRs on Gigabit Ethernet is that it would cost me money for the additional DECAs). We'll never know how many DECA customers had this current 'glitch' but everything still worked, or how many Ethernet customers had to reboot.
The real question is, what caused the glitch? Is the strange display a designed indicator of something deliberate happening, or did (for example) some error in the guide data cause a 'should not occur' condition (in which case all bets are off as to the status of the box afterwards)?