I'm excited about competition for streaming lossless (and better bit-rates) since every streaming service i've tried is horribly lacking in one way or another. Tidal seems to have an agenda, so I would rather step on another soap box and give a competitor shout.
I should just leave it there, thankful that Bryston is eager to add streaming services to the BDP-* products, but...
Roon is an utter joke helping me rediscover my own music for some real $$$ and requiring an intense amount of compute for streaming something as basic as PCM and yet it's not a streaming service. I know the actual streaming services will entirely depend on their mobile customers and the audiophiles community will be leaching their catalogs to get their fix. Especially now with Best Buy announcing plans to stop selling CDs and Target following their lead, streaming is becoming the only option as there's music out there that i can't even purchase on a physical medium. To top it off, the local record stores tends to only sell classic rock, the top 1000 album of all times and of course the top ten of the top-40 albums, maybe that's enough to sustain the brick-and-morters but the main store in town had an unsuccessful kicker starter to repair a roof and add a bar. I bet they will be gone in five years, as their CD prices are 2x of online retailers and their selection is insignificant compared to online. My last visit to a local record store ended up with me ordering the "new" CDs they didn't have in store for a fraction of their average price, and I did that from their parking lot.