DIRECTV's HR34 is a great DVR with 5 HD tuners that allow it to record anything, anytime. Dish's Hopper has 3 fulltime tuners but one of them is used during primetime to record 4 shows at once. Not only that, Hopper's clients give full DVR functionality, while using H-series receivers as clients doesn't allow you to pause live TV. There are plusses and minuses to both, so I'd like to know -- What does DIRECTV need to do to be the unquestioned king of the hill in this fight? Or are they already?