So I posted on the SiliconDust forums but I figured I'd also mention this here:
I just got an HDHR3-CC yesterday and I can confirm that my Panasonic plasma purchased in Summer 2011 works with it. I'm new to all of this, so I can't figure out if it's because my TV is DTCP-IP compliant, or because Time Warner Cable in my area (central NC) doesn't secure its channels quite the way it does elsewhere. But it is working with the 'premium' channels - e.g., ESPN HD, NBC SN HD, and USA HD are all working perfectly. Image quality is pretty good too, though I get stuttering from time to time on some channels (like I do with the PS3). However, there's no sound!
If it helps, the plasma is a TC-P42S30. It sees all three tuners and it actually changes channels faster than my PS3 does - which is very surprising considering I highly doubt my TV's CPU is even on the same planet as the PS3's. It even seems that the image quality is better on the TV. It's not a very easy interface to use (have to go to VIERA tools) and of course there's no DVR capability. But then again the same goes for the PS3.
As far as the PS3...
Anyone have any suggestions for stuttering or cutting out? One time I managed to check the tuner status just as it was dropping out and it said streaming rate: none. Signal strength and quality both at 100%. Is the problem the PS3 or something else?
It's worse at some times than others but it's always there at least periodically. Sometimes it just gets a network error and stops playing altogether. PS3 and HDHR are connected by ethernet to the same router. Is stuttering and dropping just the nature of the beast, is there something up with my router/settings, or do I need to use a switch instead of the router's own?