Advertisements I still own my Premiere XL4 2TB that I won in a TiVo contest on Twitter. After a free year of service included, I added the lifetime to it, and it's been humming along beautifully. However, the included video services like YouTube, Netflix and Amazon were painfully slow to start up and use, that I ended up getting TiVo Minis and relegated the Premiere to serve simply as a remote tuner, show recorder and server for the Minis. While I saw a few Roamios going on sale with lifetime, it's the QuickMode and SkipMode of the Bolts that convinced me to skip the Roamio line altogether, especially considering that the Roamios could be forsaken or made obsolete because of the Bolt line. So, while my family and I are enjoying the Bolt, I hear now that the QuickMode and SkipMode have come to the Roamio. Now, I want to make this clear - it's not that I'm some snob and don't want previous models not to be supported, as I'm sure I'd be begging TiVo to implement those features if I owned a Roamio. But with those two specifically advertised features on the Bolt to get people to want to upgrade, why shouldn't I just pack up the Bolt before my return window is over and grab a Roamio instead, now that it can do it, too? Lifetime on the Bolt is a whopping $599, and that doesn't include the $200-300 price tag of the Bolt, yet I've seen Roamios with lifetime for less than that. So, what am I getting by sticking with the Bolt?