I'm going back to my FireTV Cube. After a frustrating evening watching Amazon Prime last night, I did some soul searching. I've spent more time with my Stream 4K tinkering in developer menus and trying to get my remote to control my soundbar. That's not fun. I wanted something that would unify my streaming apps and give me a TiVo-familiar interface to compliment my linear viewing. This device (edit: the single TiVo Stream app on the 4k) ain't that. I mainly use the "big" streaming services. My needs are usual. I don't have needs to sideload or subscribe to a niche app no one has heard of. I watched all 12 episodes of "Normal People" on Hulu last week. Not once did TiVo bring me to my current episode. I tried this weekend to watch the interactive Kimmy Schmidt episode on Netflix. TiVo Stream 4k would only display it in HD although my other devices reported 4k and other shows on Netflix on the Stream showed in 4k. With Prime, it's much too difficult to find and "bookmark" 4k versions of shows. Using the TiVo remote to Rew and FF on Prime is just too complicated and not accurate enough at all. Just my two cents but as a easy-to-use device that gives me access to easy-to-use and reliable streaming apps, this doesn't deliver. And the TiVo app and remote don't add enough value to act as a trade off. I'll keep the device in a closet somewhere and pull it out if I hear things gets better.