Advertisements Remember - Aereo (RIP) had the network firms running to court, and Aereo was a $10/month play to provide nothing more than local OTA DVR, with guide data. The networks are deathly afraid of reductions in subscriber fees that currently flow back to them from the cable companies - so much so that they black out channels during negotiations, even though they know people could just pop up an antenna. Why? Easy - because people don't just want the channel content, they want it time-delayed and play/pause/skip capable. They would not have been afraid of Aereo if the per-subscriber revenue loss potential was not high. And that would indicate that there is a demand for this product (and Aereo's pricing scheme would indicate that $10-$15 a month for guide data and four tuners is about right). And the reason that Tivo Mini is not supported, while Tivo Stream *is*, is that it helps replicate the Aereo offering. Aereo was not multi-room, but it was watch-anywhere, any-device. It is not a surprise to find this offer rejected on a forum populated by folks like me with 10+ years of Tivo time, numerous units, etc. But we're not the target market. Personally I hope this succeeds, because it will destroy the current 'bundle-and-cram' pricing model of cable if it does. We'll get a la carte pricing a lot faster with devices like this selling in the marketplace.