It is Tivos responsibility to provide a platform that app manufacturers are interested in developing for. Using Samsung's dead HTML5 platform is not it and the apps written for it are likely to stop working soon. It might be a lot of work to switch over to Android, but they've already done it for their cable customers, but choose to leave us, who kept them in business all these years, hanging. That doesn't exactly fall in line with their tag line which says "watch and enjoy it all". I'm quite sure "all" would encompass Disney and Apple. A year and a half ago, I paid $600 for a state of the art "enjoy it all" box that I assumed would stay up to date and even ahead of the $30 streaming sticks. Great that it works for you, I, like many others, find it unusable. Lots of people here are experiencing bugs, pre-roll freezing, Tivo+ reboots, Moca failures, the list goes on and on. Some will defend Tivo's actions till the servers shut down. Not me.