Please create a device that marries the up-to-date streaming capabilities of TiVo Stream 4K with the industry-leading DVR capabilities of traditional TiVos. Do that and I'll purchase the device immediately. You'll retain a loyal customer you've had since 1999. Continue on your current course and you'll lose me once I can no longer resurrect my TiVo Bolt. I guess you'd qualify me as a cord-shaver (not cord-cutter). I still like the DVR capabilities offered by my original TiVo. My only complaint was the increasingly out-of-date streaming apps. I won't buy the TiVo Stream 4K. It doesn't offer me enough advantages over my Roku. I also won't buy a new DVR unless it has up-to-date streaming. For me, the ideal device would combine: 1) Up-to-date streaming capabilities like TiVo Stream 4K. 2) DVR capabilities and live-TV guides like the original TiVos. 3) CableCard support. 4) NO ADDED COMMERCIALS. I use TiVo specifically to avoid commercials. 5) Use a 3.5" disk. The 2.5" disks allow for a slightly more compact design, but they fail way to quickly. They are difficult to find (compatible models). And they are way too expensive. I was suckered into buying a TiVo Bolt. I won't EVER buy another device with a 2.5" disk. My disk died, about a day after the warranty expired. After trying (and failing) to find a viable replacement, I ended up cutting a hole in my Bolt and running a cable to a 3.5" disk. Its worked great ever since. Added points if the device also included: 1) Support for both OTA and cable (simultaneously). That way, I can record OTA content for local channels AND cable content for non-local channels. 2) Automatic reformatting of newly installed/replaced disk. This is a feature the Bolt got right! 3) Support for very large disks 10TB+. In the era of 4K, why am I still limited to disk capacities that went out of date years ago? 4) Full screen fast-forward / reverse for both DVR and streaming content. 5) Searching across both live and streaming content.