All of your recorded shows can be viewed and searched from the Library application. It lists the video by name and will show when the clip was last viewed along with how many times it has been watched. You can export the video to various media formats. Depending on the length of the video and the speed of your computer, this can take a long time. This is especially true if you are using a laptop that is on battery power. Various power-saving features will throttle down the CPU and graphics cards, adversly affecting your video conversion.
The only bad thing that we could find about the TV Wonder USB 2.0 was the quirky and long install, however some of this is out of ATi's control. The Window's Driver Signing protections make the user to sit through the install and keep clicking OK.
ATi has finally packed the power of the All-In-Wonder series into a portable USB 2.0 device. Laptop users and people who don't care for opening their PCs can now use the ATi TV Wonder USB 2.0 for good quality TV video and recording.
For $99 USD, the TV Wonder USB 2.0 is a great deal and does a good job.