These days there's so much TV content to consume it's impossible (and expensive) to get it all in one place.
The police and rights holders are never too happy with them, and two more pirate-entrepreneurs have been jailed for selling 'Ooberstick' devices powered by Kodi.
Ooberstick Ltd was directed by Glenn Burrows, from Norfolk, and designed to sell devices running a custom build of Kodi and various streaming add-ons.
Together with a second company, Oober Media Ltd, Ooberstick was able to amass thousands of customers - so it was natural that the police would come knocking.
Burrows and his associate Darren Wicks (from Wiltshire) were arrested way back on 13th December 2016, with sources telling TorrentFreak the 7.20am raid involved six police officers and a representative of Sky.
Both were eventually released on bail, with Burrows claiming he thought his business was legal - something many people claim when they find themselves in a similar situation.