I'm happy that you're happy with your smart tech and devices, but really, I have no need of such sophistication. I don't travel very far or wide due to vertigo and mobility issues, so my needs are down to a tablet to check forums and etc, a phone to send or receive calls. I don't bother with viewing video on my phone, screen is too small and piddly to bother, so IF I want to view a movie while out I'll do so on my 13.5" tablet via a USB stick... cos really, it's not a lot extra to carry in my satchel case with my other bits n' pieces [wallet; relevant documents; glasses; prescriptions, etc]
At home I'm happy enough to watch pay TV/free-to-air [IF there's anything decent on] and fiddle around on my PCs... meaning I have neither high expectations or high demands. I'm happy that my Bluray player is internet capable, if I ever needed it, but so are my TVs and PCs... but I can only watch/focus on one at a time and have no need to stream from this device to that device to another. I can only be in one room at a time, and while I have 3 TVs, I generally plan to watch whatever in whichever situation suits me best at the time.... in the man cave, feet up in bed or sitting on the lounge, etc. To have stuff streaming all over the place would be overkill for me cos it's just me, and my needs are fairly simple.
I suppose some would say 3 TVs and 3 working PCs is overkill, but such things aren't portable and I don't live in just the one room. Anyway, this is far removed from the OT and not relevant to it.
As for Win 10, if people are happy to use it then good for them. I'm just not that trusting. Yes, there are opinions on both side of the 'privacy' fence, and both sides present plausible arguments, but my reason for not upgrading is not just about 'snooping' concerns. I simply don't like the look of it, what with the butt ugly UI, horrendous icons and a start menu that looks like it was retrieved from a Fisher Price Dumpster. Without WindowBlinds, IconPackager and CursorFX, it is unusable for me.
Oh, and this article http://www.zdnet.com/article/no-microsoft-is-not-spying-on-you-with-windows-10/ doesn't prove a thing, It's just another opinion by another tech writer. Look, they can all interpret the EULA and privacy agreement however they want, when Microsoft says it will read the content of my emails and personal documents so it and its partners can target me with specific ads, well that's more than enough for me. I don't want ads. Period.