I just wish TiVo would cater more strongly to those of us who value the things that make TiVo special ... like the ability to copy programs from machine to machine, or to upgrade the capacity. There are pain points for DVR owners, like losing all their recordings during an upgrade or when a DVR needs to be replaced, or running out of space - or just having to pay a monthly fee. TiVo has some advantages in these areas, and they could do even more. But frankly, I've skipped the entire Bolt and Edge line primarily due to compromises in the design like the 2.5" drive as well as the lack of recordable 4K/HDR programming. Well, we're almost there with ATSC 3.0 happening this year and cable companies experimenting with 4K. I guess it's hard to tell the bean counters in a company to invest in the installed base, but often for a company like TiVo the best path for growth is by continuing to keep that installed base happy rather than throwing out new designs that make nobody happy. This is being tested again with the Stream 4K. If it had Mini-capability baked in at launch, it would have enhanced the whole eco-system and bought a whole lot more patience from existing customers excited to try out cheaper/smaller DVR extender with much more capable streaming options.