I was wanting to watch The Expanse from a streaming source. I pull up the episode that I want, and I find that it is available from Cox Contour [the first listed option] and Amazon [the second listed option]. If I go to Cox Contour, I don't have fast forward functionality, but it instantly starts playing. Awesome! If I go to Amazon, I'm on the landing page where I can pay for the episode if I want to watch it. Okay, not great, but I understand that. Now, back up to the screen where I can select between Cox and Amazon. What if I just hit [select] on the menu option that is just one level up... the one that says that I can view it from an online streaming source? Which one of the streaming options does it automatically select for me? The first listed option, which is Cox Contour? Nope. The video that will instantly start playing? Nope. The video that is no-cost? Nope. Instead, it takes me to landing page for the episode on Amazon where I have the option to pay for the program. It made the worst possible choice when I didn't explicitly choose which streaming provider I wanted to use. Absolutely stupid and I have to wonder why TiVo was not working in my best interest. I think, beyond that, I'd rather not have each streaming choice listed a blind alley menu option. If it can tell me ahead of time, "Hey, if you select Cox, it'll instantly start playing, and at no cost", that would be useful to me rather than having to go in and manually investigate each option. This is even more important when you have something like Amazon which mixes pay-per-episode video with no-additional-cost (Prime) video. This needs to be a whole lot smarter.