I've owned ReplayTV's for years now. For those of you out there without a PVR, get one *now*! Magenic (the company I work for) recently gave it's employees a Tivo for a holiday gift. I got the one with the DVD recorder in it and including some media features. So far I am very impressed.
What I like about Tivo so far:
Pet peeves about the Tivo:
Overall I am very happy with the unit. Better than my old ReplayTV? I actually prefer ReplayTV for the PVR features, but as a whole (with DVD, MP3, pictures etc.) it's a great all in one unit. The PVR features are almost as good as ReplayTV. Note, I only own one TV so all the features about sharing shows around the house don't concern me, so I don't have an opinion.
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