I have the option to buy a Bolt+ for $600 because I tried to take advantage of the Cyber Monday TiVo deal, $500 for a Roamio Pro, but they were out of stock. So they offered me another deal; a Roamio Pro renewed with lifetime for $400, or a Bolt+ with lifetime for $600. At first I thought I should go for the Bolt+ due to it being newer tech, faster, having 4K support (I might upgrade to 4K one day), etc. But then I started reading horror stories about people having problems with Cablecards that worked fine on earlier Tivo boxes not working on the Bolt+, going through multiple Cablecards and having cable company techs come in several times to try and fix the problem. Sometimes the problem was only solved when the user RMAed their box and received a new one (and they had to fight TiVo to get them to do that). So this caused me to question the Bolt+ decision. So now I'm not sure whether to buy a Bolt+ for $600 or a renewed Roamio Pro for $400. I assume that the Roamio Pro would have fewer issues due to being out longer. My cable company is Verizon Fios, I don't use a tuning adapter, and I currently have a Premiere 4 and 3 TiVo Minis connected via Moca.