Still smeeking me: As I said in the tweets, and documented in my other posts linked elsewhere here, the installed base of old TVs is by no stretch of the imagination "a radically small percentage": flat screens exceeded CRTs only a couple of years ago, and old TVs will remain nearly half in use for some years to come.... As far as I'm concerned, inasmuch as, in contrast to installed base, the sales market share
of CRTs is essentially zero, Roku might serve its customers better by discontinuing the Express+, and reinstating "Enable selecting all resolutions" in the secret menu (supplied
by the HDMI-to-Composite converter vendors), and maybe even sell its own converter. Then those needing advanced features in the higher-end models would not be left out in the cold.... In any event, I want my Roku back!