Ok, so I resisted getting an Apple TV since it's inception, but received one for Christmas and my initial feelings towards it have been justified thus far --- mainly, what is the point of this device if you already own a relatively new TV that has "apps" (YouTube, Amazon Video, Netflix, etc)? You still need a cable subscription for virtually everything (along with an embarrassingly cumbersome litany of logins for every app), so why not just access most of this content on Comcast's Xfinity OnDemand platform and avoid reaching for another remote and another UI to deal with? Heck, even Comcast's latest X1 remote has built-in voice search that can search their entire catalogue of content. Lastly, I'm not convinced that digging through channel apps to find content is better than having a Comcast viewing guide of content to choose from regardless of what channel it's on. In the end, I'm left with a duplication of content I can already access through Comcast X1 and a handful of iOS game ports. I'm very much "meh" on the product and hoping someone can show me the light. This certainly doesn't feel like "the future of TV."