Hey all, you have been very helpful here. The biggest tip that can be given is don't buy a Co-Star. I bought one in June, never really had an issue with it, I could gripe about minor things but I only used it for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video so it was fine. Until a couple weeks ago. While watching my cable feed it seemed as if the video and audio was skipping like it was being rapidly paused and unpaused. I unplugged the unit and did a hard reset, the boot up screen loaded fine and then I would get a screen full of blue horizontal lines on black and static audio, every 5-10 seconds the cable feed would briefly come through with audio and video then go back to static, it would repeat this. After multiple resets it began to work again, then would repeat the issues. Over and Over, same thing nothing would fix it. The unit is dead, just as everyone elses around here. I contacted Vizio by email with a detailed explanation, their response to contact them through chat help or call. I do that, once again give a detailed explanation of the problem, the CSR seems to not read anything from the form I filled out and asks all the expected questions. Then tells me the 90 day warranty is up so they won't fix it and I'll have to buy another one. I ask if he is aware that the units are dying left and right, he answers that he can't speak for other customers. Long story short, these units are failing at XBOX 360 levels, Vizio doesn't care, and there customer service it terrible. I have a Chromecast on the way, and will never purchase a Vizio product again. I wanted to love this product so bad, it's a shame Vizio doesn't share the same passion for it. I can't wait for this Vizio TV I have to finish failing so I can get all of there products out of my house. Now I have to go apologize to my dad for insisting he bought a Vizio tv.