I take your point my friend that two years down the line there are some great new boxes out there which put the X6 in the shade for speed. But here's the thing. The little X6 was released alongside a raft of S805 based boxes, and it is true that other manufacturers boxes are also unlikely to ever work with future Kodi builds as they too will be stuck on an old version of Android. So why should customers expect any better from Minix ? Well, it comes down to the heavy premium that we pay to buy into the promise of a better experience with them. Many customers will have bought their Minix X6 within the last two years and at much greater expense than competing boxes with similar levels of functionality. For those that run Kodi the X6 is now left to become a well built paper weight, simply because it seems that Minix don't believe a premium experience should include keeping the software platform up to date. The sad fact is that the X6 has not had a single major software update, despite the arrival of a newer Android build soon after its general release. Just bug fixes and a few small feature additions. The forum administrator Ken mentioned some type of update was in the works, but gave us not a hint of what might be in it. That was six months ago and since then we've heard nothing. I think it is only fair to ask if someone at Minix could explain why on earth customers who use Kodi should make their next purchase another premium box from Minix ?