I go down my Series list and google the shows that are currently off to see if they were renewed or canceled. I delete the cancelled but like to leave the renewed ones in the list so I don't miss it when they return. For this reason, I want more than 100. At any given time, between network, HBO and cable channels with three or four seasons a year now, it is easy to reach the limit. This is especially true at the beginning of a season when there may be twice as many shows I want to check out before narrowing the list to the ones I end up deciding to follow.
I agree with this for the same reasons, plus, if you want to record all 32 pro football teams on any channel that you are subscribed to, then you end up with a minimum of 16 additional series links, if you use the season record feature of the Sports Search. Any series that is "current", may or not be in season. I would like to leave the current series that are out of season in my series links. By the time you do that and add pro and ncaa football favorites, one could easily exceed 100. I love having 100, don't get me wrong...it has saved a lot of time. I would like to see it be unlimited (or some silly number like 250), as long as it didn't bog the processor down.
Whatever is going to be done, if it takes us back to the bad old days of underpowered processor and memory for a given set of tasks, then I don't want it.
The HR44-700 is the first DVR that has felt "fast" and "responsive" since the HR20-700 peaked out. I don't want to go backwards just to get new features or "more" of anything. I gotten to really like the HR44-700, I don't want to go backwards. (in performance)