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I don't know what's up with Sony but they always have to screw with things. I bought some Accell switcher the other day and they actually say something like "tested for use with PS3" or something like that. While it is important that NAD figures out a way to make sure it works with PS3s (assuming this is all PS3s, not just yours), it's still really Sony's fault because they *always* screw with accepted standards.
As for PVRs, if it's a Dish, it should work perfectly and that would be NAD if it doesn't work. If it's a Direct TV, well, those are sketchy and we have a lot of problems with the cables not working in them or inserting properly or the signal dropping. Not sure about other machines. Dish Network, not Direct is the choice if you want reliability. Sony is not the choice if you want interoperability. Sony is designed to work with Sony. They're the Japanese version of Microsoft.
Also, seriously, not trying just to shift blame here, we *actually* tell people that if they own Sony or Direct TV products, that we can't guarantee flawless operation as a system! It could still be NAD, but it sounds like you probably own the two products I wouldn't. Do you have the PS3 upgraded? There have been a few updates and one was supposed to deal with HDMI issues as I recall.