Advertisements I was wondering if TiVo might decide to make a box that doesn't have the DVR functionality, but instead just has the equivalent of the Roku (all the On Demand), plus a cable card and maybe an OTA tuner, on screen EPG, TiVo's menus, and perhaps some hard-drive for storage download (for Amazon downloads)? And maybe a Blu Ray unit? Right now, as a member with an old lifetime box, I can get a new TiVo with lifetime for about $500. But that is only because I have an old lifetime unit. For most people, such isn't available. I was thinking the box mentioned above without the DVR could be priced at under $200 maybe? Subtracting the DVR component would lower the cost. It would be a radical shift in direction, but with streaming becoming more prevalent, I was wondering if TiVo could be a company without the necessary focus of the DVR. I know about the Roku, but How much would a device that like cost, and are there any other manufactured set top boxes with essentially a cable card tuner?