Hey all, lurked around here for a bit but now I need some help. I’ve contacted Tivo support and while they’ve been helpful my problem is still unsolved so I’m hoping the seasoned vets here can help me. My setup: Bolt and 2 1st gen Minis all running the most recent version of Tivo software. Verizon Fios is the service provider so this is networked through Moca. My problem: Neither of the Minis can stream Prime Video. I can login to my prime account, then I can navigate the UI and look for movies/shows to watch, then select the episode and... nothing. I get a spinning wheel and it freezes. Sometimes if I’m lucky, I will get laggy and jittery video with skipping sound before it locks up. I disconnect power to the Mini, let it reload and voila, Prime works fine! Watch Prime for a couple days, then it happens again. Disconnect power and I’m back in business. It affects both of my Minis and not my Bolt. What Tivo support has had me do: 1. Install a POE filter before my first (and only, I’ll get to that later) splitter. 2. Perform a hard reset on all boxes. 3. Swap locations of the boxes. None of the above solved my problems. What I’ve also done: I’ve repaired some connections on my home coax wiring ends that I thought could be troublesome. My splitter is a BAMF 8 way splitter (https://www.amazon.com/BAMF-8-Way-S...y+splitter&dpPl=1&dpID=41XgxS1L6zL&ref=plSrch) so I took that out of the picture and just used multiple splitters instead. Hard reset on my Fios gateway router. My opinion is the new update to Tivo UI tanked the streaming part of the Minis. I can be watching cable just fine (so I know signal is there) and then go to Amazon and get the spinning wheel of death when trying to stream and episode of Seinfeld. I suspect that two new Tivo Mini Vox Will solves what ails, but that’s another $350 investment and the reason most of us switched to Tivo was to free ourselves from unnecessary cable costs... right?