I've had an Apple TV for over a year now. I love it, but I worry about its robustness. It gets bloody hot in the cabinet when the stereo is on, and I generally don't trust hard drives. 1) Is there a good cooling method? Even if ambient air is warm, air flow would cool the device below what it's at now -- ideally a thermostatically controlled fan version of the NewerTech MiniStack just for cooling. Of course, I could take it out of the pretty case and build something more robust, but free time is nil these days. 2) I've read on the web about people replacing the hard drive with high speed SSDs, but has anybody replaced the hard drive with a CompactFlash and a bridge? I've got a 40GB drive now, so 32GB (<$100 for the card + $10 for the bridge) wouldn't be too bad, but I suppose 64GB ($100*2 + $30 for a dual slot bridge) is an option if I get the itch. I'd just prefer not to be the first one. I think it's as simple as getting an image of the original drive, resizing it, then blowing it out over dd (or maybe even writing the image, if Disk Utility does that, but I'm a Unix-head) to the compactflash drive. Anybody else modify their AppleTV and do anything other than the same old same old software hack or increase the storage space?