Just lookin' to see if anyone can explain how this works, but how does DirecTV determine which channel to record when the auto-record is used for sports channels? Reason why I'm asking is this: I recently set DirecTV to record several sporting events by keyword. This has worked flawlessly in the past, but something's changed. For example, I usually set it for "Minnesota Wild" and "Minnesota Twins". In the past, it recorded the games without an issue from FSN or whatever channel we received, be it an RSN alternate or whatever, it just worked. Now however, it gets it wrong EVERY TIME. This last couple of weeks, it's picked everything BUT the correct channel, leaving me with recordings that have nothing in them while completely skipping the correct channel. More specific example: last night. Game was on some RSN alt, FSN Wisconsin and FSN. The receiver went to the RSN alt, realized it wasn't getting that channel and dropped to FSN WI, same thing, then stopped. Didn't even try FS North. When I came down to watch, I found two empty recordings and nothing from the correct channel, missed 2/3 of the game. Is there something I can set or something I can do to get this thing to record correctly again? I have several receivers and NONE work anymore when ALL worked before. My neighbor's ComCast system gets it right as did my DTV system in the past. It doesn't seem like a huge programming feat to check the ZIP against whatever they use and see if it's correct. For example, my Minne ZIP would tell the unit; "Hey don't record from Altitude, I don't get that" etc. I'm paying enough for these "advanced receivers" and they don't seem that advanced to me anymore. Nobody at DTV's helpline can give me an explanation or fix, hoping some of the experts here know something. Thx in Advance.