Yep. And as a cord cutter who subscribes to two to four of those subscription services in any given month, that's exactly the situation I deal with. The idea of having all that content, along with OTA DVR, available through a single device and organized together into a single watchlist with OnePass was what brought me to TiVo in the first place. But as you say, they didn't really pull it off. I give credit to TiVo for trying and coming closer than anyone else so far, but for me, it's just not quite there. (And apparently the issues with the listing of streaming titles in the OnePass database have gotten worse since switching to Rovi guide data, the gift that seems to keep on giving.)Yeah, I think you're right. I just wonder what they are going to do in order to try and organize all of these different sources of content. OnePass was an effort at that, but didn't really successfully do it. I won't cut the cord because of sports, but I'm thinking if I wanted to cut the cord, how would I organize content between all the various content sources. I'm already annoyed by having a totally separate interface for HBO Go from my TiVo, but I don't really want to pay for HBO for now, so I put up with it. Then add in OTT SVOD like Amazon and Netflix, and it's kind of a mess.
Honestly, I'm not sure if or when any single device will be able to successfully do all that. I'd love a device that has all the apps I want, simply with consistent playback controls (e.g. play, rewind, etc.) across all those apps, along with a first-rate solution for live and recorded OTA TV. Never mind having a fully consistent UI between apps (even Apple TV has given up on that) or a universal browse and watchlist overlay that pulls in the content of all the major streaming services. Apple is now trying to do the latter but, since it's missing both Netflix and Amazon, it's not really that "universal".