It feels like the physical hardware DVR working with a cable card is a dying business. Meanwhile, Sling, PlayStation Vue, Hulu Live and others are offering various packages of channels, cloud DVR functionality and such and it works on most major streaming platforms (Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, etc). How is it that TiVo hasn't jumped into this, offering a channel lineup, plus a cloud DVR with their interface? Or if they didn't want to put it on those platforms, a small streaming box of their own sans the local storage, no need for cable cards, a TV package available plus apps for Netflix, Prime, Hulu, ESPN, etc? Do they really think staying tethered to the cable companies is the way to go? Are they prevented by existing agreements from offering a TV service themselves? If they aren't, would the cable companies attempt to block or no longer support existing TiVo hardware with cable cards? What is the hold up? I've been using Tivo for over 10 years now and I just hate the idea that one day this company might not be around, but I'm afraid it's what may happen if they don't reinvent themselves a little.