I was at CES and spent time with the Dish network folks and got the skinny on the Hopper. Big sign says "records 6 shows at once". Small print says it has 3 tuners. How it works, the 4 networks (ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX) are recording on a single tuner 8-11pm during prime time daily. It does this out of the box. It keeps everything there for 8 days. On day 9, the first days shows are gone unless you "save" it. It has a pretty good Interface, like selecting JPEGS and you click on one you want and can delete, save, play etc. The other tuners are there for watching and/or recording whatever you want. Users can tell the prime time tuner not to record say CBS, but it still cannot be used for other recordings during prime time. So during parts of the day there are 3 tuners to record anything and at other times, may be two. But they advertise six things at once. I can't imagine folks not causing tuner conflicts with this in practice. Particularly in that they have MOCA clients that are similar in size to a H25 without any tuner. And need the Hopper for content and live TV. Likely since UVerse has 4 tuners, Directv has 5 in the HR34, this is the one-upmanship spec game to claim 6 recordings at a time. And no OTA capability whatsoever. Not inside, no piggyback tuner like an AM21.