Getting in the game a little late, probably wouldn't even wanted one, except I saw benefit in getting a $30 entry-level Roku Express for twenty bucks, just to get an app or two I can't get on my older televisions. Why the lowest rung on the Roku ladder? 1) Neither TV is an OLED, QLED or 4K. The 40-inch Samsung upstairs is a 2014 midline set, the 50" Panasonic Plasma downstairs, is from 2010 (maybe even 2009!). So no new apps on these. 2) Mid-level sound system downstairs, no ATMOS; just Denon 5.1, decent speakers, and an OPPO 103D. 3) No smartphone, although we do have some Kindle Fire tablets around the house we might use a ROKU app for as an extra remote. The plan is simple: no wifi connection, just right into the ethernet, and use it upstairs if the missus thinks we can benefit from it together. We're already paying for expanded basic cable, Amazon Prime and Hulu, and a Netflix account that's likely to wear out its' welcome anyway. If she's got enough to keep her watching as much as she wants already, I can just take the thing downstairs, hook it back into the ethernet, or the Panny Plasma, or even the OPPO 103D if that's a better option. I'm the kind of guy who doesn't splurge for the fanciest and finest and then figure out how to use it. I look at what I have, and try to get the most out of that, without throwing a couple thousand more at it for some ultimate experience. This sort of dropped into my lap, and I'm gonna go forward with that. For me, it's a $20 investment, plus $3 a month for Disney+, and I'd be happy. And, just in time for any benefits from their new OS 11. What would you do at this level, if you didn't have a modern set, or a hankering to drop a paycheck's-worth of streaming fees every month?