As a long time TiVo user which one feature me and my wife have missed with DirecTV... Multi Room Viewing or transferring of shows. And well after playing with DirectV's attempt at it in beta form, what are my thoughts? Well in beta it seems pretty stable and no performance issues. Only slight speed loss I see is when hitting the 'LIST' when you have it combined with an other units list (I have two - HR23 units) it takes maybe a 3-5 seconds. In the grand scheme of things its not noticeable. Playing a remote show in SD seems to play instantly; an HD show seems to take maybe 2-4 seconds. Again more then good enough. Fast-wording does work but has slight lag in the first few seconds before it catches up.... again not bad all. Its cool how you can delete content from either DVR in the list. I'd like to be able to schedule and manage shows/to-do-list from either location. If it can and I haven't figured it out - please let me know LOL An other COOL feature (also found on RePlayTv which well is DirecTV now...) that would be SO SLICK!!!! is conflict resolution feature where two tuners are already scheduled and I add a 3rd or 4th show - the system looks at an other DVR in the configuration and asks or just schedule the show on that system... I know they have a whole room server hardware piece in the future but it seems this can be solved with current hardware and even software. At the end of the day - I'd pay about $3-5 per month in total (not per unit) and be HAPPY.... Besides TiVo having slick cool graphics - I don't see a need any longer for it (BUT if D* could add a YouTube view that would be KILLER) Oh I'm using three MOnsterPower Powerline Ethernet adapters in my home (1 on a D* DVR, 1 on my Mac Mini and one plugged into my router....) and no issues again with watching TV.