I'm not a PVR user myself, but I've read a bit around this forum and others. I don't believe you can record HD content with any of the stand-alone PVR's on the market right now, with the exception of a $1k box from Zentih. Refer to this thread for recording HD content.
There is something incorrect about that link.
Sorry guys, for that false alarm on the Comcast page earlier. I was all excited for a while there.
Let's hope that InHD is on the horizon, though. That would be cool.
My Moto 5100 was installed today. I'll post in a few days when I get it integrated and set properly, and I figure out what they're actually charging me. The installer was a nice guy, but he really had no idea what component video or optical cabling was really all about. I'm going to call Comcast to see if they'll waive that $15.99 "Home Theater Access" fee, as he really knew nothing about accessing my home theater--I had to reconnect everything the way I want it--when I told him how it should be hooked up, he was absolutely clueless, so he plugged everything directly into the TV, also using the stereo analog RCA cables which are connected to the component video cable.
He said, "I have this 5 plug connector, I can't use yours, it only has 3 plugs, and I don't think this square one will work at all."
Anyway, again, he was a great guy, but Comcast should really be training their installers if they plan to charge us for "Home Theater Access"