sounds too pretentious... and pompous
You think that's bad, you should read the official Genie press release.
A lot of misleading information going on in that one.
For starters, there's the implication that the Genie system can drive eight TVs (four watching the same program).
The whopper is the claim that a "receiver" isn't required for each TV. Given the paucity of RVU client TVs in customer's hands, I'd have to say that this is, at best, an infinitely high tensile stretch of the truth. They're getting a lot ahead of themselves by talking about RVU enabled gaming consoles and Blu-ray players. I get a kick out of the "without seeing a box" claim. The C31 didn't invent the concept of concealing or remoting the receiver.
"Most advanced and intuitive" has certainly not been decided at this point.
I'm not sure how well the "one receiver serves the entire home" claim works with so many expressing desire for a second (and sometimes even subsequent) HR34.
I suspect that the "Start Over" feature doesn't work much at all like the press release suggests; implying that if you miss the beginning of any show, you simply rewind. Geeze guys, if the beginning of the show was something you could rewind to, you could have selected to watch it from the beginning.
The HR34+clients will likely be a great system but the marketroids fabricating the press releases need to back way off on the misleading implications and attributions.