I'm pretty sure I've seen some people here using Plex buried in cord cutting and/or other computer threads. We've recently moved to it as our primary way of watching TV and more and more watching ripped movies. And It's been pretty amazing for us. Note that I am NOT a cord cutter, I still pay quite a bit for cable but it works amazingly well for the way we want to watch TV. I've been using a HTPC for years and years but I always just browsed folder directories for TV shows and used a hacked together front end I wrote myself that dumped the DVD Profiler data out via the API and used a weird HTML based front end for movies. It sort of worked but it wasn't very wife friendly and not kid friendly at all. Now that my two kids (8 and 5) are watching more TV I needed a solution that would work on more TVs and iPads, iPhones, ATV4s and HTPCs we still had. Plex has been great for us! Our primary use is for TV Shows. Other than the very occasional sporting even, we watch NOTHING live. I have a 2 tuner Tivo, a 4 tuner Tivo, and a 3 tuner HDHomeRun cablecard device to record on. I use KMTTG to download from the Tivos, run through comskip, check the ad skip points, and rencode to a smaller file. FileBot takes care of naming conventions for Plex and putting the files where they should go. I also use Plex itself to record from the HDHomeRun with some custom scripts to do the same things as KMTTG does for the Plex files. It takes me 5-10 minutes every morning to strip the commercials out of the TV and 2-3 minutes after work to run FileBot to make sure names are correct then Plex has everything. Now my kids have a shared (but I'm thinking of splitting them up) user to keep track of their watched shows separately from my watched shows and I only give them access to the shows and movies for them to watch. And the wife can use it without issue, too, though we tend to watch much TV together. As far as sporting events go, the very recent addition of Live TV to Plex (iOS and Android TV only right now) is also great. We have an Apple TV in the kitchen with no tuner, but now we can turn a Phillies game on while cooking (if we feel like watching a team lose another 1 run game) or watch whatever TV we might want to watch there, or on our iPad, etc. I've also been making use of the sync capability for when we're traveling and might not have great connectivity. I loaded two seasons of shows on my iPad before a recent trip to Europe and we watched a bunch of our shows on the plane making the 8-9 hour flight that much more enjoyable. Anyone else using Plex and doing something really cool with it that I should be checking out?