Last night I recorded one of the Ice Age movies on FXHD, channel 248. When I went to the Playlist, it said the movie had been recorded on Cinema, channel 188 on which that movie is also playing. It gave a cost of $3.99 and said it had to be watched by the end of December. I know for a fact it was recorded on FXHD and I started to play it to prove that it actually came from that channel (it would have commercials). When I clicked to play it, a message said did I really want to pay $3.99 to watch the movie. I replied NO and deleted the program. I assume from that message that recording a Cinema program doesn't get charged until actually watched so I won't get charged. So what's going on? Is the channel listed in the Playlist simply listed incorrectly or would I be charged $3.99? This was on an HR24. Also, I don't order movies, and from my TIVO days, I know that a plugged in phone lineis needed to report the order to Directv. Is this still the case, or does the pay per view get reported through my internet connection? Bottom line: How did that happen/what's going on? Would I have been charged since it was actually on FXHD? How are charges reported to Directv?