Hello All, First off let me say I am a huge Apple TV fan! This thing is awesome and it has served me so well. I have a huge library of media (500 or so ripped/encoded movies, over 200 TV episodes, 20 gigs of music, tons of photos) the Apple TV has streamed efficiently over the years. But, I came across the Western Digital Live Plus media player and it's looking awfully tempting. If you're on this forum I'm sure you have an idea what it's capable of. I have graduated to MKV (blu-ray encodes) files (which the Apple TV doesn't support) and I am also salivating over the idea of Netflix streaming (unlimited which totally beats out iTunes rental cost). I realize that the overall interface/GUI of the WD device will not come close to what the Apple TV environment has given me, but I think I'm willing to give it a shot given it's expansive capabilities. My plan is to use it this way: -Netflix/Pandora streaming -Stream DVD/TV episode files through network -Directly connect through USB HD the MKV files I am going to hold on to my Apple TV while I try out the new WD device. Any thoughts on this? Has anyone in this forum section tried out the WD TV Live Plus?