Are this weekend's glorious new HD episodes of The Sopranos and Entourage forcing you to consider the ultimate sacrifice -- erasing the Judge Judy archive off your TiVo? Stress no more, thanks to the Apricorn DVR Xpander. Because HD programming uses 4x the space of normal broadcasts, the box you're renting from the cable company likely can only hold 20 hours of HD TV -- barely enough to accommodate a day's worth of TNT's high-def Law & Order. The Xpander quadruples that, with an additional 60 hours of HD (or a whopping, Ken Burns-able 280 hours of standard TV). Best of all, hooking up this drive is as easy as plugging a single wire into your DVR -- a far cry from the emasculating ordeal of setting up the TV itself, a task performed by your younger sister in exchange for the safe return of several key My Little Ponies. Naturally, HD-less cheapskates can save a few bucks with the 250GB version. But splurge on the big one regardless, seeing as how you're expecting a huge Judy-granted settlement as compensation for your neighbor's septic tank explosion.