Just read about the new Google Fiber STB. Here is the what they claim: "Google Fiber comes with a set-top box it calls a TV box, a network box or modem and a storage box or DVR. The TV box has eight tuners so viewers can record eight shows at once; it is fully integrated with online video and has a Wi-Fi access point built in so it turns every TV into a Wi-Fi router, meaning no more dead spots in the basement. The TV box also has Bluetooth, so viewers can use Bluetooth-enabled stereo headphones to watch TV without disturbing others. The storage box stores 2 TB of content, or up to 500 hours of HD programming. The network provides high-speed wireless connections in the home, including a firewall for data security." Interesting that Google can have something with these features for a company that has never produced a STB before. If they pull it off, it works well and is basically bug free it makes you wonder why after all these years the D can't come out with a new receiver that come close to working well.