Well, SD movies in your Movies Anywhere library don't transfer over and there's no option to upgrade them to HD for a small fee, so the 9 SD movies I have I'll have to purchase again (bummer). Also, there are three bugs that I ran into: 1) The original "Steven King's IT" was in my Movies Anywhere account prior to linking. DIRECTV thinks this is the "IT" released in 2017. After linking, Movies Anywhere still lists the correct movie. 2) Two movies that I purchased elsewhere I apparently purchased in 4K. After linking, they show up in the purchases list with a red circle. The only way to play them is to press Play, wait for an error message stating my TV doesn't support 4K, select the option to Search for matching programs, and then play the 1080p or HD version of the movie from that menu. I would've expected it to just play one of those versions automatically instead of making me go through that whole process. 3) One of my movies that was purchased on DIRECTV shows up twice in the purchased list after linking.