Dear all, I'm a newbie in the Apple universe , and I'm mostly using Windows gear myself. But this isn't about me, I am trying to put together a good solution for my elderly parents, who are not too computer literate. My parents need: Netflix on the TV. A way to show browser-based video streams onto the TV. The browser-based streaming is from the local library, which runs a couple of local video streams. I'm not sure how to best solve those two use cases for my parents. They're good at using their iPad Air 2, and it would be nice if the solution was "seamless" and managed from the iPad. I'm considering buying them an Apple TV 3 or 4. How does this typically work in the Apple universe? I presume the common way to use Netflix is to run Netflix's native app on the Apple TV. What about browser-based streaming, is that done by using Safari on the iPad and Airplay casting to the Apple TV? Is that super easy to do? Would the Apple TV 4 be much better than the 3 when used solely for Netflix & Airplay? Thanks!