but I still hold firm on my stance that this is a more organized and smoother UI overall as compared to what Hulu had before.
Your definition of "smoother" and "more organized" is different than the rest of the English speaking world. That's not an opinion, it's an objective fact. OK, the "more organized" is subjective...but you are in the clear minority (and I'm sure many would say my concession on this is generous; if I recall correctly you are a "live sports" guy---not really Hulu's forte so your experience MAY be extremely niche). But the "smoother" part is bat-youknowwhat crazy. I've been forced to use this on my Xbox 360 for almost 2 weeks now (it's been on the 360 for months, but after Roku Express+  changed over I switched to the 1% easier to use 360 interface), and it still takes 4 times as many clicks to access the same video as my old interface Roku2 4210. Don't even get me started on removing things from the watchlist, let alone adding over all devices and versions.
I'll reiterate: the interface sucks, most people hate it, there was no reason to change it. But it is not going to change back, and every single person better realize this and make their own final decision. It is not unusable, just very clumsy. I'm about 60% sure that Roku Gen 3 or older (ie, anything with a "number" other than 4) will NOT be "updated"; this is because the app updated at the same time, but did not get the new interface (on my 4210 on Sept 21). Why? Dunno; but great while it lasts, despite ancient devices like 360 and PS3 getting updates.
Yeah, as I said above, I'm p-o'd that I recently bought an Express+ that is now a paperweight for the 360 I've had for years, and the 4210 that still has the old interface.
I can quit the internet at anytime (and the way Charter has been out the past week, without admitting it when I call them up on the telephone), my multi-thousand DVD/BD collection is looking better and better.