Advertisements Current situation: We have a TiVo Premiere, 2-tuner (so no TiVo mini) that we bought in 2012, and we've been nothing but happy with it. As MetroNet fiber-to-the-home and Verizon 5G race to be the first to provide a solid competitor to Comcast, I'm gearing up to switch to (whichever one makes it to my house first) and get rid of all Comcast services: Internet and TV. In preparation, I have mounted a rooftop TV antenna. Using both TVs in the house (Samsung and Sony), I'm able to get all five local channels (and all their subchannels), rock-solid and clear. However, only with the TiVo, one of the channels is sporadic and pixelates every several minutes. Works just fine with direct cable into the TVs, using the TVs' integral ATSC tuner. Question: I'm considering getting a TiVo Edge. Here are my pre-purchase questions: - Does the Edge have the same issue of being picky about signal strength that I experienced with the Premiere? - The Preimere can support Netflix/other streaming services, but it runs very slowly, so we just use the TV's baked-in apps. Does the Edge have much snappier streaming app performance, more like a Roku? - Will the Edge for antenna 2-tuner with with the TiVo Mini LUX? - Can I purchase an Edge with a good return policy, so I could return it if it refuses to work with that one TV channel? Thanks!