I currently have two (2) Premier two-tuner DVRs and a TiVo Stream. I've yet to experience any issues, however a couple of weeks ago, the stream quality via online.tivo.com degraded significantly. Viewing is just fine on the television/DVR itself. Same goes for viewing via the TiVo app (at least on iPhone and iPad). My problem seems to be related exclusively to viewing from online.tivo.com. Nearly every show has become unwatchable due to many, many momentary blips, freezes, and other video/audio anomalies. For example: temporary freezing of video for just a moment as audio continues, what seem like short breaks in video that come along (every several seconds) along with a corresponding disturbance of the audio. The issue strikes me as some sort of problem or change with the online.tivo.com site itself, and the behavior almost seems like what you'd get with a bad or not-quite-right video codec. I am unsure what to believe - whether there's a problem with the Stream device, or it is something else entirely. I have so far replicated this behavior in Google Chrome on both a Windows 7 and a Windows 10 PC. Microsoft Edge (Windows 10) tells me that my streaming device can't be found or that I'm outside my home network (I am not). Internet Explorer on the Windows 10 machine won't even load a video successfully, and just hangs on the spinning blue loading/buffering icon. I have tried several times to repeat setup of the Stream via the iOS app to no avail. Is anyone else experiencing this, or able to offer some insight and/or suggestions? Thanks to anyone that is able to help!