I was reading an article about HDCP 2.2 that is associated with 4K television. Apparently, all devices on the signal line will need to support the 'digital handshake' between the source and target device. It mentions *all* devices. Already, we are seeing cable boxes that come with only HDMI output that requires use of the 'loophole' of using a non-compliant HDCP splitter to split to the SB signal to component. And, via the SB, we are only receiving 720p output to our devices. My question is... what is the plan with HDCP 2.2 and 4K? The claim is that a 4K TV will not receive a 4K signal unless all of the devices are HDCP 2.2 compliant. Does Sling have anything in the works to support HDCP 2.2?