I've long wondered if other HTF members have a problem similar to mine. My wife and I have been married 34+ years. We have one of the best marriages of anyone I know. We enjoy each other's company and do nearly everything together. We're empty-nesters now as both kids have been out of the house for several years.. We enjoy our new role as grandparents. We do crossword puzzles together, dine together, and pretty much go everywhere together. Peg suffers from anxiety issues and doesn't drive much. So, if she goes somewhere, I'm usually the guy who drives her there. When I was seriously ill a few years ago, she was my health care advocate at the hospital when I couldn't represent myself, she was my nurse...in short, I might not be here posting this thread without her. So, life is good. The problem comes when it's time to kick back, relax, and watch some TV/movies. Our viewing likes/dislikes are not completely compatible. I like a wide variety of films. My tastes are wide and far-reaching. Hers are very limited in scope. She cannot abide action/adventure, sci-fi, thrillers, suspense, scary films of any kind. She is pretty much limited to the drama and comedy genres. Our tastes within those genres are generally compatible. We both, for example, list Doubt (2008) as one of our absolute favorite movies. We agree that Groundhog Day is one of the best comedies ever put on film. And we both agree that The Gilmore Girls is one of the most smartly-written TV shows of all time. But the fact that she refuses to watch any films within those other genres makes it difficult for me to be able to watch those types of films. My backlog is huge. Since we are together all the time and she hates loud, action films, it requires me jumping through hoops to figure out how to find a couple hours to watch something like the new ID4 movie or 13 Hours (which I finally got to see just a week or so ago). I should add that my HT is in our living room--our main living area. Her office (she's a free-lance writer/author) is in an open area just off the LR (we don't have a huge house. So that complicates things further. In the big picture of life, this is certainly a small potatoes problem. But I figured I'd turn to my fellow hobbyists and see if you all have any similar issues or, better yet, any ideas on any potential work-arounds!