No. Mini uses MRS (streaming), not MRV (copying), so is not affected by CCI flag. I have a Slingbox 350 but still considering getting an iPad Air for out of home streaming because there are some advantages over the Sling solution: * If you have a very poor connection there is nothing you can do with Sling - it will look really bad or constantly stall making things unwatchable. With the Stream solution you can set it to download for a while to build up a buffer and then start watching and the quality will still be one of the 3 pre-defined quality levels. * Again for poor connections the Slingbox 350 can take up to 20 seconds or so to respond to a button press while I'm hearing the iOS app response is pretty close to real time, so trick play is much more seamless compared to Sling. * Slingbox requires you take control of the box, so that box can't be used by someone else while Sling is in use. With Stream solution everything happens in the background. * With Slingbox you are restricted to whatever box it is connected to. With Stream solution any series 4 or higher unit on the network can be streamed from. The Sling has some advantages such as much higher quality captures possible, not affected by any copy protection nonsense, and can be connected to any box that has analog outputs, but I wouldn't rule out the Stream as a useless solution in comparison.