Hi everyone, new to the forum and can't find much info on UV in the UK and wanted to see if anyone had any further thoughts? I have spent hours and hours trying to create a home entertainment setup that was functional and easily used by my folks - my dad loves collecting and has an extensive blu Ray collection. They travel quite a bit with my autistic brother that loves cartoons. UV seemed like a great setup for them. I had anticipated the arduous task of setting up multiple logins etc for technophobes and linking it all up - however getting it all onto a telly in the UK is an absolute nightmare. They have a non smart pioneer plasma which is superb, but finding a streaming service for them is ridiculously tough. Firstly I setup blink box on their playstation 3 (solely used for blu Ray) after seeing a blink box post from the 1st of April explaining the setup. I went through the install and updates, only to find that they stopped supporting PS3 on the 15/4 Nest was an Amazon firestick. I'd had this in mind as a long term travel solution for them given its portability for holidaying, flixster app and the bonus of kodi being able to stream the f1 when they are in Thailand. Given they have sky already and were offered a paltry £6 off their subscription after 10 years of service, it seemed more than fair to not miss the f1. Anyway the main reason was for UV and to my surprise this is no longer supported as of 15/4. So with blinkbox dropping device support as well as Amazon, does this signal the end of UV in the UK? Would an Apple TV and an iTunes movie collection be a better solution, or would a roku box be good? Seems to me that the digital struggle will continue in the UK and as long as Amazon, Apple and the film studios squabble, the consumer will lose out. I noticed that Disney now have their own subscription streaming service in the UK now which is another tick for Apple as iTunes will be the only way of having it in your collection. I guess the other frustration is how well a client like Vudu performs in the US with no sign of an equivalent being released in the UK. It really sucks to try and have a legal digital locker over here.