Been running TIVO for a long time. My Series 3 has been flawless. OTA 1TB. No regrets. But I've been on a watt cutting binge. One thing that stands out a lot is my Tivo. 30 watts. I tried 3 times to upgrade (2 Bolt's and 1 RoamIO). The picture quality was clearly, to my eyes worse. We probably have 5 programs we care about on it these days, if that. I was willing to look the other way and give in on the Picture Quality, since we watch so little on it. I'm also willing to look the other way around the cooling/fan issue I recall the last time I researched a Bolt. I know the Series 3 is due to die soon. But I'm not gonna pay $250 for "All-in". I contacted TIVO and they would not budge. I know the $99 deal will come around again. I'm itching to clean up things and move forward now. One of the primary things my wife watches is PBS. We can't use the PBS Streaming because none of our boxes handle that. So I could get a Roku (Always wanted one, but had no justification, stream in the LG has been flawless and easy). We already get PBS streaming service for free because of regular donations. This might even open up more programming we didn't have. 2-3 of the shows we watch on TIVO is on Netflix already. Probably always 1 season behind. Hey we "lost" programming back when we "cut cable", never really missed it. We'll have plenty to choose. So we might lose a few things when we "cut TIVO". And because of this, more and more "OTA" is popping up as Streamed. A friend had Dish and just switched to Dish over IP. She went from $120 to $40 (something like that). And she gets a "small" cloud based DVR with it (which she could enlarge for a fee). She gets Dish through her Roku. Including Local Broadcast. I bet TIVO could have a Cloud based DVR service cheaper than it cost for electricity to run a local DVR. I think it may be time. TIVO is going to join Block Buster if they don't get creative. It's probably already to late and just milking folks that don't know how to let go. I think the only thing I'd really miss is Pausing / Backing up a live broadcast (e.g. news), something I would not normally even record.