Like everybody else, the two reasons in the poll weren't even on my radar. But as someone who left Tivo a long time ago, I can tell you that it was primarily lack of streaming app integration. Yes, their DVR was and is still superior to anything else out there, and I miss several features of it. But the bulk of my viewing these days is streaming. The fact that Tivo boxes still don't have a single OTT service app (Youtube TV, Hulu Live TV, etc.) was something I got tired of working around. I was hoping I could come back to Tivo when they released the Stream 4K. But without Tivo DVR integration, it's no different than the Roku/Fire stick/Apple TV boxes I'd been using for years. I can get the same results as the Stream 4K's Tivo app from other apps like ReelGood and JustWatch. So what have I gained besides a peanut shaped remote with no play/pause/ffwd/rew and yet another streaming device for my already large collection. The traditional cable TV market continues to shrink. So Tivo has to integrate OTT to stay relevant. There are 2 ways to do that: 1) Add OTT apps to Roamio/Bolt/Edge 2) Add DVR integration to Stream 4K While #2 is far more likely, it is so far in the future that Tivo's DVR hardware will be obsolete by then thanks to ATSC 3.0. I can understand Tivo taking baby steps with their new streaming box, getting just the hardware and their universal search app out there first, then MAYBE integrating with their DVR boxes later. But the market moves too fast for that. And customers like me are already long gone. They've had YEARS to perfect their old Fire TV app and stop the bleeding while they develop their ultimate solution. But they chose instead to drop it and re-invent the wheel, eventually releasing a square one.