Now that I'm accumulating shed-loads of recorded TV, about 200GB so far in 6 weeks - I'm going to have to delete some or back some up. So, do I burn this lot to 50+ DVDs? This be a lengthy slog burning & labelling, not to mention the cost of the disks, and having to find somewhere to keep them? Or do I just stick another massive HDD in the PC and dump them on it? This seems a much more convenient option... and I have room for another 4 disks. Granted, a HDD would be a BIG single point of failure, but what's the likelihood of it getting corrupted beyond repair or losing it all? And given the fact that DVD's have a finite lifespan, is the HDD risk so great that DVD should be the preferred backup medium? Any opinions would be welcome!