Yes, I am an extremely proud Time Warner fan boy as they are the best solution around.
You said, “Navigator Whole Home lacks ALOT compared to DirecTV. You can't schedule across clients, you can't see a central list of scheduled recordings…”
I said, “And how exactly do you do that with DirecTV? I can’t do that with an HR34 and an HR24 whole house set up, DirecTVs two best DVRs on the market running either the National Release software or the beta software.”
That has nothing to do with lack of knowledge, which I have plenty of by the way or you switching or not switching to satellite. You brought up a supposed feature of DirecTV, and I would like to know how you initiate those said features. Because I can’t figure it out, and according to you it is a feature that is available on DirecTV, but not on Time Warner’s Navigator.
No, I get that. But your constant unwarranted bashing of Navigator is getting old. And is anything but fair.
As someone who has had Dish Network for over 5 years, DirecTV for 2 years after that, Time Warner for 6 years and both TW and DirecTV again for the past year, using flagship products from each service, I think my opinions about this stuff are more valid than most. It’s not trolling, its called the truth.
I worked for TWC for many years,before that Comcast and than Adelphia in the 80's. Navigator has the worst interface I have ever seen hands down. If had my way with my current status in FTTH I would have Windows Media= it is the best thing out there bar none. TWC losses more video customers monthly in a ratio of what they gain monthly for internet in the Commercial/Residential Market. If you are happy Steve that is great, but do not compare Navigator software as being up to par with Direct TV or others because it is not. I have been in e-mail chains were the main focal point was to get Navigator as close to Direct's software with our raising the lawsuit flag. I would not expect any great strides in the near future either, unless a complete start over is done with Navigator on a 100% cloud based system.