You all are the developers of this and this is your baby. My own opinion, for what it's worth, is that it is not out of the scope of Channels. In fact, it would be filling a much needed niche that people have been looking for all along. The media landscape is changing. instead of a "grid style" guide. A large facet of people want a grid style of media. They don't care if it's on at 8:30 tonight, they care that when they go watch their show, it's available. It doesn't matter to them if it's on Netflix, Amazon, or recorded on their DVR. To open their show, and it just plays, regardless of the service, completely integrated, and tracked, is what a lot of people are after right now. While I understand the need for sports and news to be on a traditional tv guide type setup, tv shows do not, and it's no longer the preferred method of organization. Look at Tivo, they've done a 90% job at doing exactly what people want, but they are always missing that one piece to the puzzle. The Sling TV integration with popular streaming apps in the Tivo Stream 4K is fantastic. But they don't integrate a DVR for local channels, leaving a large chunk of popular content out of the mix and they don't integrate any other service except Sling. As it stands right now, Channels is a great solution to a dying problem. The concept of your application is one of the best I've ever seen and the delivery thus far is superb, yet it still falls short. Instead of channels, people want shows. If Channels doesn't step in and do it, someone else will, and Channels will be left in the dust that is traditional cable television. I would keep the grid guide and add streaming service functionality and indexing in a separate tab called "My Shows" or something like that where people can "opt in" to tracking a specific show inside the channels app, regardless of the streaming service it comes from, even if it's from their DVR. That would take this app to the next level.