So let me get this straight; The RS DVR does not really have 10 CATV RF tuners, but only the one tuner used for viewing as on any cable box. But it can communicate upstream to remotely located servers which allow for up to 10 simultaneous program recordings or perform other trick play functions on the live channel one is viewing like the 15 min. LB here? Also, why in the world should a legal court concern itself over how memory management is done on an electronic server? Why the objection by the content providers to one stored file accessed by a list of subscribers who recorded it, in favor of a totally needless and ridicules duplication of that same file over-and-over again in memory? How is each duplication of the file judged to be so "unique" to each subscriber that recorded it to justify that?