This is exactly the scenario I am in - except I am down to two Tivo's with lifetime subscriptions - a Roamio OTA and a really old TiVo HD. With 40-50 local stations coming in from the antenna on my roof, there is plenty of content to record. I'll keep using and repairing those two Tivo's as long as I am getting content guide information for them. I also agree with you on the Roku - much superior for streaming compared to the Roamio. I've got a Roku on each of my TV's, including the ones that I don't have a TiVo for anymore (I had 5 TiVo's at one time). I tend to use those rather than any app built into the TV itself as well.I'll chime in. I have three OTA Roamios (each with lifetime subscriptions) in the house (bedroom, kitchen, and living room) each with a 3TB drive. I have a massive antenna on the roof, which I put up myself when the broadcasters switched from analog to digital (how many years ago now? A long, long time). Even though the stations are 45-50 miles away, the antenna pulls them in and I have a lot of OTA shows that I DVR, not just ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, and WB, but others such as COZI and GRIT and others. So all of the above comes for no cost other than the initial cost of the antenna and Roamio's.