I've had TiVo for three days, and I'm on the verge of taking it back. I was reading the TiVo Community forums and there are lots of posts on there about how poor programme data is making the system unreliable, especially since the introduction of the new software. If I can't rely on something, then it is no use to me. Why on earth is the British TV data compiled in America. To be fair, I have not done much recording myself (and have not had any problems with bad data), but I don't want to risk keeping it for too long to find out it's unreliable, or the store won't take it back. In addition to reported problems with bad data, I have had my own problems with the system software upgrade. The upgrade messed up all my progamme data, so I cleared out the system and downloaded a new set. Since then, I have been unable to locate programmes by name or genre - no matter what I enter it tells me that there are no programmes that match. All in all, not a very auspicious start. My wife has already decided that she hates TiVo, and she also keeps turning off the cable box, so it won't work anyway! I am beginning to think I should take it back and get Sky+ when I move in a few weeks (presumably that will switch itself on and off to record, so the "wife interference" problem won't be an issue). But are there any reliability issues with that too?