Good evening everyone! I'm hoping to solicit a bit of advice from you all on a decision I have to make on our current Tivo service. Here is my situation: we have used Tivo for around 20 years, and as of now have (2) Tivo Minis with a 2tb Roamio pro. It's been flawless for the most part if you don't count the apps until recently, in which one of our Mini's died. The Roamio pro still works great. All are used with a cablecard and Xfinity/Comcast service who are my only available internet provider. Recently we added 2 more TV's to our home, and finally added a 4k projector. I would like to get service to these 2 new TV's if possible, and neither has coax or ethernet ran to them. Would also like to add 4k although I'm not sure if there is much content yet on Xfinity. I've spoken with Tivo CS and if I opt to stay within the Tivo ecosystem I can get (2) tivo Minis for $149 (ea) with the wifi adapter, but this apparently requires updating the software to the Tivo Experience 4 which I've read many do not like and also has mandatory ads. They will also upgrade my Roamio to a Bolt 1TB for $199 with a $249 lifetime service, which would also give me 4k compatible content. I would keep the other 2 minis for the other 2 existing TVS, putting me at $750 for all of it which is quite an investment for software that many do not seem to be happy with. That said I don't see many other options out there. I read about using Plex with an HD Homerun Prime, but this doesn't appear to be released yet. Aside from that my google-fu hasn't come up with any other viable options for a DVR with cable. Are there other options out there that you could recommend? I do have a Synology server that could be utilized for this if needed, and I can always use an apple tv for streaming HBO, Netflix and Disney +. But there are still programs we like to watch with our kids, stuff on broadcast, concerts, FX, AMC and other networks that don't appear to be compatible with one single solution that would work with all of the displays in our home. Thank you in advance for any advice you can give!