The Vudu app isn't live so I don't have the ability to test if DV works with the vudu app. But.. If someone has a Vizio that had DV problems opening up netflix and fixed it can you explain what was done to fix it? Also does anyone know if opening netflix on a Sony TV this fail gracefully to HDR10 or does the TiVo code contain settings to only do HDR10 with the Sony TVs because it knows it won't work? The only HDR options are Auto or Off with the tivo. HDR10 only apps on the tivo like Amazon Prime work fine(i couldn't find any DV content on amazon prime when searching). Netflix seems weird because it goes in hard on DV from the start, not just when a movie is selected. Supposedly people with Vizio TVs have called in and have simply been told to call Vizio and that the Edge is fine and there are settings that need to be change but they can't say what it is. I actually just got off the phone with them because they called me back and the setting at least on my end, possibly all 2019 TV from vizio with DV support, is set Full HD color to on for the input being used. In my troubleshooting I have toggled this setting many times and it doesn't help despite having it turned off meaning it won't process HDR colors at all. My Vizio M558-G1 starts netflix from Tivo with DV support 1-5ish percent of the time when Netflix starts. The other 95ish percent of the time the port losses signal from the Tivo until I hit back or my TV turns itself off. If I turn HDR off on the tivo edge netflix starts 100 percent of the time. Tivo support appears to have not have tools or settings to turn on verbose logging on the drivers to say hey look your TV is doing something out of order or no look we did mess that up just like we messed up the tuning adapters... From a consumer perspective it makes it harder to believe a dogmatic statement of its Vizio not us when there aren't any tools to show one way or the other, especially when the primary focus of the device was initially shipped with the inability to work with at least one major cable provider at all, and now at least two major TV manufacturers are having at least some issues as well with the DV support. Vizio did also confirm that the TV supports the same DV the tivo edge supports, although it also does support xbox's low latency DV profile as well. Maybe if nothing else once low latency support is added to the Edge it will work anyway since at least both devices will support both? Not really sure what is going wrong at the handshake level anyway.