I'm currently streaming video from a Mac to my TV through a WDTV. This works pretty well, as most file formats are supported, but organizing video files into folders is becoming unmanageable as my library grows in size. This is because in order to properly organize video files, many files need to go into multiple folders or categories. And with video you can't really afford to waste space by having duplicate files everywhere. I love having my music in iTunes (2TB of lossless files). The ability to rate tracks and make playlists is awesome. As my video library is ever increasing in size, I want to have the ability to sort short-cuts of the video files into playlists and also rate them. I know I could use iTunes for video as well, and then hook up a Mac to the TV, but iTunes is extremely limited to what file formats it will play, as is the ATV. I do not want to convert my video files to lessen the picture quality. Surely there must be a solution that does for video what iTunes did for music? And that plays all formats without converting?