If there is one downside to the networks holding onto many of their lesser rated series this season (Rather than cancel them outright as in years past), it’s that PVR/DVR space is at a premium. Seriously. Now more than ever, TV Addicts such as myself are constantly fighting an uphill battle as we attempt to watch, record and erase many of our favorites (Particularly since we may-or-may-not steadfastly refuse to delete those final four episode of EVERWOOD that have been taking up space on our hard drive for years.) Which is why, as of late we’ve started to notice a peculiar trend in our viewing habits. Rather than risk the dreaded “Recording was cut short due to lack of hard drive space” message, we’ve started to relegate certain shows to online viewing only. Shows that don’t necessarily warrant — yes we’re talking to you last night’s DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES plane crash that looked to have cost no more than $18 in glue and model airplanes — are now predominantly watched online (thank-you-very-much CTV.ca). A trend that begs the question, are we the only ones who have started to do this? And what shows do you deem important enough to keep up with, but more on a casual online-only viewing basis?