Hi, Just my initial thoughts...I don’t know if this is going to be a hit the way the CEO of Tivo wanted it to be, but I am keeping it bc of the integration of SlingTv, Hulu, Disney+, Netflix, and HBO Now as well as the ability to easily scan through movies on the various services. There are lots of issues, but aside from HDR and controlling audio devices I think the main weakness is that it feels like 2 operating systems almost competing against each other. Specifically the Tivo Button in the center and the small circle for Android TV in the bottom middle which if you are not familiar with Android TV you would not know to press in order to get to non-supported apps such as YouTube and Spotify (which I use). Compare this to Roku where everything is laid out in one simple grid. Beyond that I do like the Tivo Stream and I’m putting some points below for my logic: 1. The Tivo Stream GREATLY improves SlingTv even though there is no option for SlingTV favorite channels. 2. I chose SlingTv over YouTubeTV because I knew the Tivo Stream was coming and even though YouTubeTV has an unlimited DVR it’s still just the same old stuff over and over again. For example, the Fast and Furious movies and Marvel movies get played over and over again and a lot of shows you can find on Netflix anyway (Star Trek for example). As a result have SlingTv, Hulu, Disney+, Netflix, and HBO Now to have more variety. 3. I have a Samsung UN65MU8000 65in TV and am not noticing any major picture issues even though it has HDR. Overall, happy with the Tivo Stream and plan on keeping it. I’m 100% certain though that Tivo will be slow to update the software and address the problems addressed on this forum though...so I’d say this will sell ok but not sell enough to make Tivo break out from being niche devices.