Am I the only one who sees this as Tivo's last ditch hail mary to save themselves from their seemingly inevitable demise as their prime demographic ages out. I received mine a few days ago and tried to give it the benefit of the doubt but the number of bugs just keep piling up. It screams desperation. Let's face it, Tivo's only value-add going forward is a GUI that attempts to aggregate content across streaming services. While that's convenient for the end-user, dominant live streaming services (i.e. Youtube TV) have absolutely no incentive to want to integrate with Tivo--YouTube TV doesn't want to be put side-by-side next to Hulu--they want you in THEIR app, consuming THEIR content, and THEIR ads, and staying completely within their ecosystem. Tivo is trying to be the grubhub of live streaming services, the ticket master of concerts--that annoying middleman that neither content providers nor end users want to deal with--and that's the crux of their problem. Tivo's only hope at this point is to grow their consumer base with this rush-to-market device and use that as leverage against the big weights. I predict that this product will fail inevitably--youtube reviewers have noted several bugs. Tivo has not acknowledged them nor does it seem like they plan to. It's a nice android TV device for $50 no question about it. The remote is fantastic, but odds are, it's a dead end product.