Have to add my voice to this. The 'upgrade' to 360 was one of the worst IT decisions I ever made.
There is no aspect that is an improvement over the TiVo. Sure, the GUI is nice & shiny, but accessibility is abysmal unless you like talking to machines. Even then it doesn't necessarily find what you asked for - it will present some 5-year-old alternative as though it were this week's episode. There are no dates on anything, so you have no idea unless you happen to remember the precise episode.
It cannot find a show that is not currently broadcasting, to punch in next year's season. When it does find a show, it will record random episodes of it - this week we got the deaf signing version of Grand Designs… for no apparent reason.
It presents shows by season number. No dates anywhere. Great for a show that's been running 20 or 30 years & you have not the faintest clue what season number this year is supposed to be.
The fast-forward function is just 'broken' compared to TiVo. Rather than letting you wait until you can react when you see the show ident then dropping back a few seconds [which you can quickly learn to time your reaction to], it just starts from where you press the button, meaning you have to faff around in increasingly small increments to try hit the resume after the ads.
Apparently TiVo's algorithm is patented. Who'da thunk it. Pay to use the algorithm. Tech companies do this every day.
All in all, I wish I'd never 'upgraded'.