Thumbs up. I sprang for the full package this morning. Streaming is very good. There are 7 quality settings ranging from 45000>400 Kbps. They are user selectable or you can select "best available" and let the app handle it. For me full screen at 45000 seems to be about 15 fps. Three quarter screen is much better and looks around 25 fps. Screen caps look great. Cons: No slow motion control. No single frame advance. There are buttons for + or - 10 seconds. I find that by pausing and rapidly double clicking the play/pause button that single frame advance is possible. Split and quad screen works, but quality takes a big hit and the quality settings are disabled. You can also watch a condensed version of the game which is snaps and penalties only. The coach's tape for the Pats game wasn't available yet and probably takes a couple of days to get up. I tried it with the recent DAL/NYG game though. Video format is 4x3 and not hi-def. There is no audio and it's in the condensed game version without penalty calls. It shows two consecutive views of the same play. First it displays the game clock, next is overhead/side and next from the end zone. Video quality is certainly good enough to see what's going on. It's kind of cool.