Just a bit of advice before the staff pick up on this...
I don't really care either way as long as I can watch recordings on both boxes.
You need to be very clear on some of the differences between the TiVo/V6 platform, and 360 - they are substantially different, and a few people on here have been caught out by going for a "free upgrade" without checking some of the differences, because recording management is one of them.
If you've not asked for a conversion, I recommend you hold firm (at least for now) and don't accept one. There are valid reasons why having the additional box as a V6 rather than a 360, is a better way to go - if you choose to convert later on, it's a simple software download.
The longer version is that in 360-land, multi-room boxes are minis that don't have hard drives, so you only have one recording box - and the second box does all its recording via multiroom streaming. In V6 land, you have the facility to multiroom stream, but each box has a fully independent hard drive. That's not the whole story, but is what you need to be aware of if VM offer to convert you and install a 360-mini as your multiroom box.
@Ernie_C has given an excellent one-line summary, by the way. Kudos to him!!
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