First I really like these devices; so much I bought another 2 for my other TVs before the price goes up (now I own 3 of them). Primarily I have them because they run Android TV, which, among other things, allows me to install a VPN and watch shows from other countries. The device is fast and the picture quality is good. Now to the issue (aimed mostly at the Tivo developers). streaming consolidators will be the big thing for 2020, so you are on to a good idea with the Tivo Stream app, and it could be a great way to get ahead of the market (again), but it lacks in execution. There is no point in consolidating unless you become the primary way to navigate and launch apps in context; currently the Tivo stream is not consolidating some of the main players. maybe others can chime in here with their wishes, but here are my comments: Live TV: I still watch close to 50% of my TV using a live TV streaming app. Without consolidating from the top live TV providers, you are missing most of the content most viewers will watch from. Sling is far from one of the top players, and even if it was, it still controls the minority of the market. YouTube TV and Hulu with Live TV are considered the top players here, without consolidating from those, the app becomes mostly useless to most consumers. Personally I use YouTube TV; you decided on Android for a platform, why not chose YouTube TV as the live TV provider? In any case, you really need all 3 of these to cover the market. Other streaming providers. You have this well covered with Netflix and Prime Video, but there are some improvements that can be made: Prime: Like many Prime users, I will not usually buy anything from Amazon, I only watch the stuff that comes free with Prime membership. I notice there is both a "Prime" and a "Prime Video" option for services, I think one of them is supposed to only show "free to me", but it doesn't do that. This should be fixed so that, for at least one option, if the show needs to be purchased, it does not show up as an option in Prime BritBox: I know this is not as popular, but I do use it, and it would be nice to consolidate from here. Reelgood does it already. Currently, I just disabled the app so that it doesn't junk up my home screen because it is largely useless to me (see other thread here on how to do that), but if support is added for at least YouTube TV, I will add it back in a heartbeat.