I quit using Tivo completely about 8 months ago (way before Hydra came out). I wanted a more Roku-ish experience. So we bought a RokuTV with tuners built in. Of course, there is no DVR in the RokuTV so we purchased Hulu TV ($40/month). While it took some getting used to, we ultimately find it extremely difficult to find and set our shows to record (particularly specials...Oscars anybody?). In all that time, I never cancelled my Tivo account. So, now we are thinking that Hulu really hates us and won't give us a grid guide. So I started searching Tivo stuff and found out about Hydra. To me, it looks like Hulu's UI on steroids. I am seeing a LOT to like about Hydra. I love the idea of putting specific apps on the main menu where you can get to them easily (Hello Plex my old friend!!) But the general vibe I'm getting is that people say it's bad. BUT, is it bad as in "I hate paradigm shifts" or bad, as in "There are features missing/broken" in Hydra. I can live with switching back and forth between Roku for our other apps but I'd like to have that Hulu-ish UI but WITH a guide! Thoughts?