Advertisements I've been using my Tivo HD for several years to watch Netflix and streaming content from my own library of ripped DVDs, in addition to recording TV of course. Well, we just replaced our living room TV with a new LG LW5600, and frankly it does a much better job handling things like Netflix and our own streaming media than the Tivo did (the Plex client works great!). We're basically back to where we started a decade ago - using the Tivo simply as a DVR. I've been a Tivo customer quite a while; but I'm beginning to think this HD may be my last Tivo. Cable DVRs have improved significantly, at least from what I hear from my friends that own them. I know I'm likely to get some "don't let the door hit you on the way out" responses - but I'm curious to hear what people think Tivo is really offering anymore that isn't available from pretty much everything else the TV is connected to. Is there still room for Tivo's premium pricing in a market that seems to be moving towards commoditization? Addendum: Looking at a few replies, it's apparent I need to clarify - the LW5600 is an LG "smart" television, not some add-on box.