I'm considering upgrading my TiVo HD, which is currently connected to an old Slingbox ProHD, to a new TiVo Bolt, so I can take advantage of the lifetime service transfer that is being offered right now. Since the Bolt doesn't have composite or component outputs, I won't be able to use the Slingbox anymore, without paying for a Mini, or other hardware (HDMI splitter + HDMI to Composite converter), so the question is, will I be able to reliably use the "out of home" streaming feature that the TiVo Bolt is supposed to have? I've seen a few complaints that the Android client doesn't work very well, and hasn't been updated in a while. I've also read that, for some crazy reason, you can only stream to a PC if you are on the same network as your TiVo (I saw a workaround to that, using a Linux server and proxy redirect, which I could do, but I question how reliable that would be). I love the way the Slingbox is able to stream video with minimal bandwidth if it has to (e.g. you are in a hotel with bad Internet access). How well does TiVo handle a slow or a unreliable connection? So, before I trash my TiVo HD, by transferring its license away, I want to know what I am getting myself into regarding streaming remotely, a feature I really like having.