I did a search and didn't see anything on this topic yet so forgive me if I missed a thread somewhere. So whats the deal, I did a bit of reading and it looks like you can only use "Hopper Go" on a mobile device? I cant plug it in to an actual TV apparently? Only wifi enabled devices? I suppose many TVs are wifi enabled these days, but if I cant plug in to the back of a hotel TV; that removes half of the reason I would find this device desirable. I am not a fan of watching TV or movies on my laptop, let alone a tiny phone screen...I am a grown man. Also I noticed you have to be connected to the internet to transfer stuff to the Go. That's a problem for me because Dish cant tell me how much data would be transferred...at least in the past they couldn't. I wanted to transfer some Dish on Demand stuff to my laptop but I have cell tech limited data (as far as cost at least, I can use all the data I want as $10 a GIG so its too expensive) and cant afford for my Hopper/Dish to go out and "play", doing stuff I dont know about on the WWW...and again Dish is so inept, it doesn't even know how much data their devices and functions use. They tell me its minimal (probably) to transfer and most of the movies, etc. I would transfer would use us my LAN wifi and not the WWW for the whole data package. Since you have to use the dish anywhere app to use the Dish Go...is the Dish Go simply a portable hard drive that can be used where there is no internet? Wait...does it still require internet since the Dish Anywhere app is required? Why would I not just transfer stuff to my laptop hard drive? If I could have any trust in how much data Dish will use in the process that is... I ask here because contacting Dish about technical stuff is about as fun as a root canal.