I can't help but feel that as a company Dish Network is doing through relationships very effectively what the old Echostar company (that included Dish Network) did - bring subscribers technological innovations. I am impressed by this level of technological offering now available through Dish: The ViP722k is a dual output (1 HD, 1 SD) DVR capable of recording simultaneously 2 satellite and 2 off-the-air signals, capable of providing a reasonable on-demand offering of movies and other content, and capable of downloading a huge selection of movies and other content. To provide more storage capacity, content can be moved from the 722k's internal hard drive to USB external hard drives for storage, and which drives can be connected to other ViP DVR's on the same account. The 722k can be connected to a Sling Adapter, permitting the streaming of content from the 722k to the internet for "TV Everywhere" viewing and converting the 722k to a dual HD output DVR. The 722k can be integrated with a Logitech Revue with Google TV permitting a broader choice of viewing options through the internet. Yes, improvements in all of this are needed and will be made "soon" which is my way of picking on Dish, but with a smile. I always try to remember that the first ViP622DVR's were being installed in February 2006 though there wasn't much HD available then. Where we are today deserves acknowledgment - good work, Charlie!