That is exactly right. I can confirm this as well. The file automatically converts and is added into itunes. However, it is missing show info. The behavior before was that the file would get dumped to the desktop and not to itunes, that is now fixed. When it would dump the file to the desktop, it could be manually dragged into itunes, but it too lacked the show info. The only way I can get show info is to uncheck the automatic option in Tivo Transfer prefs. Let the file download, manually drag it into the conversion window and click convert.
That file will automatically go into itunes and have show info.
So there seems to be a disconnect with the show info being properly handed off when the file is automatically passed to Popcorn.
I say Kudos to everyone on the forum who spoke out about the other issues and got the ball rolling to get some of the problems fixed. I hope there will be a 3.03 beta up soon.
I have to say, I have no idea how software companies did it in the past without this sort of instant feedback from forums and instant downloads that users can test. I can't help but think that corners are being cut to "just get it out". I'm willing to help because I want what I paid for to work. However, if I were to look at my time as having the same value as someone internal to Roxio, I'm quite sure my paycheck for my testing would have far exceeded what I paid for Popcorn.
I'll stick it out and get this to work, but as Riddick said, you can bet this is the last Roxio product I buy or recommend. Roxio would do well to hire a few extra programmers and they might make up for it in future sales of completed software that delivers its promised feature set from the beginning.