Hi all, This is going to sound like a daft question but I'm thinking of convincing the powers that be to chuck out all of the ad-hoc music solutions used in our office and replace them with a nice 22" flat screen TV and Apple TV's. Advantages for us would be to control what music could be played (either a selection from the iTunes library with suitable copyright checking of course or a radio feed selected by the boss) and, when we have clients touring the business, replace the music at the click of a remote with either promotional videos or an image gallery all controlled from a central source. For this to work however I need to know a couple of things: 1) How many Apple TV units can be sync'd with one copy of iTunes? We'd need between 5 and 10 units and possibly more and I need to figure out how many machines we'd need to feed them. 2) When iTunes is streaming Internet radio sis it just a single stream at once? In other words could you make multiple internet radio stations available for individual Apple TV users to pick from or is it one for all? 3) Does Apple TV still have a pathological hatred of all things non-widescreen? This isn't so important but we have several very nice 19" 4:3 LCD monitors hanging around that would make very nice display devices... Thanks in advance for the help.