I meant that I can see the resolution 'upshifting'. It starts out sending me (more or less) standard def with a ton of compression, then about 15-30 seconds later it changes to a better resolution with less compression, then 15-30 seconds after that it upshifts again to the final 1920x1080 proper HD resolution with 'minimal' compression. I have Spectrum 100/10 service, and everything in the house is distributed through Netgear GIG switches with a minimum of Cat5E cable (mostly CAT6 now). In my main viewing area with the Roamio, where I use the Amazon Fire or the LG OLED's built-in apps, it's not much different - Amazon starts at HD with heavy compression, then takes a good 30-60 seconds to figure out I've got the bandwidth for UHD streaming with HDR (on shows that support that). In between, it gets to be better HD before it becomes UHD. I don't pay the extra (yet) for Netflix UHD access, so my experience with it is strictly HD. If I use the Roamio to stream Amazon of Netflix, it still takes a looooong time before I see final HD resolution playing. It's a GIG Netgear switch coming off the main ASUS router. I have never had delay issues with the Mini streaming from the Roamio, which is connected to the same switch. The Roamio loads Netgear a bit faster, but I see the same upshifting of resolution as I do on the Mini.