Just read that nearly one in five US households no longer subscribes to satellite or cable TV, which as of April totals 7.6 million. We cut the cord in 2011, and thanks to Tivo we have had very few regrets with the few dozen OTA channels we now receive. However we tend to be early adopters of most technology, the only glaring exception being our three year old Premiere. The Roamio is faster, has twice the tuners, and seems to be every bit worth the priceEXCEPT for the lack of streaming capability. I cannot imagine paying a penny for a DVR that doesn't have streaming capabilities, and I don't see the advantage to getting a stripped down Roamio over adding a stream to our antique premiere. Is there any chance that the better Roamios will one day be offered with an adapter for OTA reception? Surely some current Roamio owners will eventually want to cut the cord, but would be forced to downgrade to the basic model. I can't be the only one who is just waiting to give Tivo money whenever they get their act together and add OTA capabilities to the premium models. So am I crazy to hold my breath waiting for a Roamio refresh?