Wow... Although I see the reworking of AppleTV as a good thing for new users, for current users, it is a step waaaay down. I use my AppleTV for the following, according to priority: 1 - Music -- I use the Remote App from my bed or around the house to select music on AppleTV to play. 2 - Podcasts -- These are the new world of television. Who needs most of the crappy tv shows that run on network tv and cable when great podcasts fill that niche? 3 - Movie Rentals -- I rarely every buy a movie because I long ago rationalized what Apple is now saying: you can rent a movie several times before it reaches the price of purchasing. I will watch a movie once or twice. If I watch it again, it'll be years later. Paying a small rental fee instead of having to manage store is ok with me. 4 - TV shows -- I didn't often buy TV shows because they were pricey and I'll watch a TV episode less repeated than I would a TV show. The 99¢ price point for TV shows is perhaps the real only improvement on AppleTV 2. My top 2 priorities, music and podcasts are gone. And from the looks of it, TV shows in Canada are gone as well, omitting the only advantage the new AppleTV had over the first one. I really hope that they don't remove the availability of TV show purchases on the first Apple TV.