Streaming platforms have always had issues in my opinion! From an HT\/audiophile standpoint, you spend thousands on this really quality equipment to watch movies and play music. Then you can never get the clarity\/quality you should unless its a 4K Blu-ray or just Blu-ray. Same with audio, the best quality is always from from a cd. You find yourself constantly moving volume levels all over the place!! Anyhow off my soapbox!!\n\nI've recently switched from Roku Ultra to my Xbox X platform for streaming movies and music. I think with my older Roku Ultra I can't seem to get anything to play in Dolby Atmos. On my Xbox X I have it toggled to pass through because I don't want any upscaling and would rather use my AVR decoder to apply the best audio format. I do have cable but that's a whole other area of frustration! My Xbox X seems to sound the best given my current options. But it has its issues and limitations as well, the interface is clunky and streaming music from say Amazon Music Unlimited doesn't even work correctly for Dolby Atmos. \n\nAnyhow back to thoughts on best streaming platforms. From a good amount of research it seems that the two I keep reading about that seem to have the highest quality and the least complaints are:\n1) Nvidia Shield TV pro\n2) Apple TV\nI've never been a huge fan of apple, I like more open source such as android. Any suggestions would be much appreciated! Thanks in advance!