It's a good idea, and I'm told that there are ways to back up the 'content' on your TIVO to DVD disks.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
This is a incredibly huge deal for both companies and the consumer. It's a dream come true for those wanting a higher quality box than the cable company's and those of us who found it hard to accept anything else once experiencing Tivo.
Until now, the only problem with Tivo was not being able to access cable VOD/Pay per view. But Tivo is so good, many were willing to accept that. The fact that you don't have to buy a Tivo in the store unless you want to is even more impressive. Cox will install them just as they have been for the Scientific Atlanta/Motorola boxes.
Buy your own box and Tivo's lifetime subscription and you have no monthly fees. Just the cable card rental fee. That's about $20 off the cable bill. The box would then pay for itself in 2 years.
Once again, I feel lucky to live in a Cox service area.
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