Calling dynaflash, caveman....LOL I was seriously considering performing the ATV ESATA mod (where, in a nutshell, you take out the existing hard drive in the ATV and replace it with a larger/faster one) on my current ATV for holding some of my HD content that plays back better when synced. (sometimes, certain HD content is choppy and isn't very responsive for FF and Rewind when streamed.) Given the new ATV's updated specs, I am wondering if it will handle streaming this HD content better? In other words, no "need" to sync my custom HD content.... I know it's a little too early to tell, because the device isn't even out yet, but maybe the Handbrake experts can weigh in on HD content streaming given the posted specs for the new Apple TV? Worth waiting for? Or, go ahead and perform the ESATA mod on my old ATV because the posted specs for the new one aren't going to make a difference with streaming HD content?