Advertisements I didn't think they would do it based upon past response, but Channels DVR has officially added a method to get streaming deep linking into the Channels DVR interface, so there would be one interface for all aggregated content: Stream Links Original Request: Feature Request: Add Realgood or something like it Beta Testing: Experimental: TV/Movie deep-links via imported .strmlnk files They also are now integrated with PlayOn which records content from streaming services like Netflix/Hulu/Etc... and allows you to either store it in the cloud or locally. Channels will auto-download what you record from PlayOn, so you can store everything locally if that is your thing: PlayOn Cloud So basically, for almost any streaming service you can now either have streaming links or download and store them locally, depending upon your preference and network bandwidth. I have not tested any of this myself yet, but will be doing so in the near future. Neither solution--nor other features like integrating Pluto and other m3u sources--sound non-techie friendly, but it would be fine for those inclined (like me!) who don't mind managing for the entire family. And given these are the first pass, with time they should actually get more user friendly! Just note that right now they are claiming they have no intention of adding the discover/search/add features into the Channels DVR UI (or do anything like Realgood/Justwatch does of keeping track of services as programs move or get added elsewhere), so you will have to do everything manually right now. However, they claimed just a year ago they would never do content aggregation, so I believe they'll see the value and do this, just not immediately.