The Vista help text says the following:
"For users in the United States, here are some guidelines and considerations
to make before adding multiple TV tuners to your Windows Media Center
You can install multiple tuners that let you receive both standard and
digital TV signals. For example, you could have two TV tuners installed that
let you receive a standard TV signal, in addition to two TV tuners that let
you receive a digital TV signal.
A Digital Cable Tuner cannot be installed and used on a Windows Media Center
computer that has a tuner that is used to receive a standard TV signal.
Before installing a Digital Cable Tuner, uninstall the TV tuner that is used
to receive a standard TV signal. For information about uninstalling a
device, see What is Device Manager?
You can install multiple TV tuner hardware devices that let you receive
high-definition TV. For example, you can have two TV tuners that support a
digital signal, such as ATSC, in addition to two Digital Cable Tuners."
So it says that I can have TWO analog tuners and TWO digital tuners in the
same system. What I want to know is this: can I have ONE analog and ONE
digital tuner in the same PC so that I can watch/record analog cable on one
and watch/record digital cable on the other at the same time?