Advertisements Yeah, IIRC, that second software update that was originally slated to roll out by the end of June was supposed to address always-on HDR as well as various lingering bugs. Maybe it ends up hitting by end of July instead. My guess is that the HDR thing is the new feature "close to this community's hearts". The settings will gain a new option similar to Apple TV 4K's "Dynamic Range Matching" feature that, when turned on, sets the dynamic range and color space to match the native values of the streamed content. Your guess is a good one too. The live TV guide in the Fire TV UI now supports several different OTT vMVPDs, so perhaps one or more of them have also agreed to integrate with the grid guide in the TiVo Stream app. Or maybe the app will integrate some additional SVOD sources, like Showtime, Starz, Epix and/or Peacock. Anyway, I was just passing along Zatz's latest posting on the matter. Who knows, he could be wrong. But given that the company *just* refreshed the TiVo Mini product line and upped it to $200, it seems unlikely to me that we'll see them turn around and undercut it with a free software update to a $50 product.