Advertisements Got mine yesterday afternoon after FedEx sat on it for 2 days. It's a strange little device. Full disclosure: I'm not a big Google services user and usually don't like Google stuff and find it unintuitive. I have an original Chromecast in a drawer somewhere but that's really all I've used of their TV products. Setup was mostly OK. The wall wart is too big to fit behind my mounted TV so I'm using the USB to power, which I realize is not recommended. I have a Vizio with CEC enabled but so far no issues with a ghost turning on my TV. And my set has a history of doing this even before the Stream! The remote would not pair with my device at first. I had to continuously do the remote setup a few times to get it to "stick". As reported, no soundbar support is a disappointment. But for $50, I don't expect a premium remote. Why didn't setup ask me to set my output? I spent some time plugging it into different HDMI ports (not easy on my mounted set) because I couldn't get it to output 2160p. Turns out it was only set for 1080p in the AndroidTV settings Search is clunky... it's not even a TiVo search, it's just Google?! And it's not limited to shows? Searching for Amazon's "Homecoming" prompted me for "homecoming dresses". I don't care for that. Then you have to go BACK into the Stream app to add shows? It's a weird experience to bounce back and forth like that. I know some don't like Hydra but I wish the Stream app looked MORE like Hydra to bring some additional consistency. Aside from remote, I don't get a TiVo-feel from the Stream app. I wish the Stream had integration with more apps. This isn't really many more than they have now. (I don't use, nor intend to, SlingTV) And I can't get Amazon to work - just brings me to their home screen every time. No way to browse EPISODE lists besides going into individual apps? That's less than my TiVo Roamio offers. Picture quality was good. I'm not bothered by the oversaturation people have complained about with the auto HDR. The device is snappy but I've had it flicker to black screen a few times and once the AndroidTV menu refused to open when I hit that button. I had to long-press the button to get a quick-view menu for apps. My FireTV Cube has become very laggy after some recent updates so I'm looking to replace that. I can't remove it completely because it is my Alexa in that room and controls my TV but we'll see if I use it less. It was my exclusive streamer for that TV set beside using Netflix app on my Vizio just for Dolby Vision. But I can switch Netflix to the Stream for that. I'll be curious to see what future updates bring... For $50, it's a good little toy.