Advertisements I have no idea what most or maybe any other people are thinking. But I make the assumption that when someone is looking at adding a Mini they have already decided they are continuing with Cable TV and are looking for a whole home solution for Cable TV. I think many of us believe the Mini could cost less, I think there will be bundled specials but don't know if they will run sales on stand alone Minis or not. Yes the number of cable TV household is down but it is still at about 60 million. Not a bad market to be shooting for. Plus the reality is many people using IP Steaming use it to supplement Pay TV not to replace it. For those who are cutting the traditional cable/satellite cord they have basically three alternative sources of content (1) Over The Air (OTA) broadcast TV, (2) IP Streaming (3) Solid media. This is where TiVo has failed fairly badly. TiVo offers a OTA DVR but so far only dual tuners and they are not offering a lower cost whole home solution that includes Minis. Their IP streaming abilities are only fair and devices like Roku put them to same. And they have dumped solid media completely. If TiVo where trying to capture the cord cutting households they would be offering a combo Blu-ray/4 tuner OTA DVR with IP Streaming as good as a Roku that supported Minis. They would also offer a combo Mini/blu-ray player. But I know we are not going to see any of it. So I just hope the next DVR hardware upgrade still covers OTA and continues to improve IP streaming.