Pros Powerful interface. Well designed box.
Cons Horrible Aweful Dismal remote. The remote looks and feels the same forward or backward, so you'll send a lot of time rewinding when you meant to fast forward. The "Replay" button is tiny and round and located a few scant millimeters away from the identic
Pros Great features, easy to use.
Cons I am really disapointed in the poor picture quality, even when I am watching live TV! It is noticibly worse than the signal straight from my cable box. Also, customer support is non-extistant.
Pros The user interface is very nice and easy to navigate.
Cons You have got to be kidding me. The picture quality really sucks. How can anyone stand to look at Tivo live TV or recorded shows. I have analog cable which looks OK on my Sony Wega. I ran RG-6 cable to the Tivo (no splitter) and Monster S-video to the
Pros Very reliable, extremely easy to operate, user upgradeable. Since I purchased my Tivo series 1 5 years ago, I have backed up the hard drive, dropped a larger and a second hard drive into the unit, installed an ethernet adapter, installed a web server into
Cons No controls on the front of the box. Would be nice to have controls on the box for those days when I can't find the remote.
Pros Last weekend, I decided to connect my 80hr TiVo Series2 to my wireless home network. I was very surprised at how easy it was. I simply plugged it into my TiVo and with a few clicks of the remote, was wirelessly updating my TiVo.
Cons Make sure you buy a wireless USB connector that TiVo recommends on their website (I bought a Linksys WSUSB11 v2.8).