Due to spousal issues with everything “just working like it used to” (referring to legacy cable and satellite boxes and how they work), I’ve been feverishly working to find a service which replicates the legacy cable/satellite box and DVR experience, but also allows more streaming integration into that single solution. It seems the best thing I’ve found is the newish AT&T TV with their version of an AndroidTV box. Of course the BIG issue with this approach is cost, but I am actually willing to do this if it makes the much more important than me, other half happy! This solution appears to really merge the two approaches, cable/satellite-like DVR box with remote and streaming apps, perfectly. This seems more like what @Dan203 expected with the underlying background control UI being what appears to be true “old DirecTV/AT&T”, with the apps being within the GUI, or at least easily seen and accessible, and a normal style DVR remote with all the normal direct command buttons, but still having a portal to the AndroidTV backbone. This is is stark contrast to this TiVo (can you even call it that really?) Stream 4K dongle which is just essentially a cheaper AndroidTV box with some TiVo customizations and a proprietary app, like any other including the superior ReelGood app! I just wish TiVo would’ve done basically the exact same thing, just replacing the AT&T underlying control UI and experience with a similar TiVo one. From what I’ve read around TCF the last couple years, they also have a streaming cable service with MSO type AndroidTV boxes in use that do something similar to this already, no? Evolution Digital or something? Your thoughts?