Advertisements This weekend my wife and I were talking about cord cutting as a downsizing measure since most of our children aren't living at home any longer. I was surprised that she suggested letting our current TiVo's die and to not replace them. I asked why and she mentioned all the efforts the cable company has gone to to prevent MRV, and the issues with the tuning adapter when we had it. She was a big fan of the technology but it looks like she's starting to consider OTT and OTA service as a primary means of consuming video. She did say that we would likely keep one for general use, but to not replace the other two. I kind of agree with her. I've been disappointed with how TiVo has been slow to address issues and add new functionality. I'm seeing TiVo more and more as a dead end device and not seeing much of a future in the current generation of products. TiVo is also pricing themselves out of the market as far as I'm concerned with their 19.95/month plans and if the only option I have is that, lifetime or no TiVo, it'll be no TiVo at all for me. Having said all this, my current setup will likely last for several years, but we have entered into a downsizing mode with regard to TiVo. It might not happen quickly, but I can see us with only one or no TiVos in 2-5 years, and none of them will be premieres.