Decided to give Fubo another spin to watch some of the World Juniors tournament on the NHL network, and see how things are looking since they've added the ESPN/Disney channels. This might be the most impressive jump in interface I've seen in a streaming service. Here are some of the unique features to this service that are worth pointing out: On the AppleTV, multiview 2-4 channels. Only "complete" service I've seen this on since Vue. Jump to last channel by holding the AppleTV trackpad 72 hour lookback. You can go back in the guide and watch any program on any channel that happened over the last 3 days - you can't skip commercials, but you can watch even if you forgot to DVR. When you start a recording on a show already in progress, the recording goes back to the start. You can immediately select the program out of your DVR queue, watch from the beginning, skip commercials, etc. The service incorporates 4K feeds from FOX and NBCSN. You can watch those games through the Fubo interface without having to jump out to the FOX Sports app. The DVR integrates into AppleTV's up next, so it will show your DVR queue items. You can also search for shows in the TV app and it will link to content available in Fubo's on demand catalog. Their 1080i de-interlacing is superior to YoutubeTV. NBCSN looks substantially better on FuboTV than it does on YTTV. Their DVR now has series record (but not league/team record). It has the usual options (new episodes only, or new & repeats) Downsides still remain: WarnerMedia channels (TNT, CNN, etc) were lost when they added ESPN/Disney No Sinclair RSNs. Just like YTTV, Sling, and Hulu Live. Numerous channels are still 30fps. Notable networks include A&E, History, Smithsonian, and some local networks. DVR can't be extended. This can be somewhat mitigated by the 72 hour lookback feature. TV devices are restricted to a home network. Viewing outside the home is restricted to mobile devices I only anticipated getting this for a month to have access to the NHL Network, but I think we might stick with it instead of going back to YoutubeTV.