I've been using Tivo since my first Series 3 so many years ago I can't recall. I currently have two Roamio Pro units at two different properties, and about 6 Tivo minis. I absolutely love Tivo (especially my current configuration with the minis), but Comcast is the only service provider here, and it's getting harder and harder to use Tivo with Comcast. Earlier this year Comcast killed off the On Demand app for Tivo, and killed my access to the On Demand content included with my service! Earlier this year Comcast replaced Cinemax with Hitz. Hitz is an "on demand" service, not a broadcast channel. Since we don't have a Tivo On Demand app we can't access this programming either! Comcast refuses to recognize Tivo devices for HBO GO, so I pay for that and can't use it either! Not a Tivo problem, but today I discovered that Comcast moved TCM into a "sports" package, so even though I pay over $200 a month for Digital Premiere to have access to all the movie channels, now they want another $10/month JUST for TCM! Tivo either needs to get Comcast to change their evil ways (unlikely!), or find a way to make Roku work with Roamio and later Tivos! Comcast recognizes Roku for HBO GO and has an On Demand app that works with Roku. They don't seem to be making any changes that would negatively impact Roku users (well, the TCM change impacts everybody - including customers who rent their crappy boxes!). How about upgrading Tivo to work with a Roku stick that I can plug into a USB port on the Roamio? That would expand Tivo usability using hardware that Comcast will continue to support going forward. I know I can just plug a Roku into my TV, but I already have my Roamio as the center of all programming - I don't want to have to rewire my audio systems and be switching between Roamio/Roku, and obviously want the minis to have access to the Roku-enabled content over Moca as well.