So I've decided to sell my AppleTV on eBay in anticipation of the possible update. In case it is not updated at that time, or around that time, I've decided to look for an alternative that could better suit my needs. In my research, I asked around on a forum and someone introduced me to this neat little thing: The Popcorn Hour C-200. It can play YouTube, many podcasts, get RSS feeds, do Flickr and other sites like that. In addition, it has wide codec support (DiVX, XvID, MKV,etc), and while it is not outfitted with a HD or DVD drive, it is user upgradable. meaning you can actually stick a Blu-ray drive (like a PC one) and turn it into a Bluray player. You can also stick a hard drive in there 3.5" or 2.5". Meaning theoretically you might be able to make it a 2TB Blu-ray Player! It can also play DVD ISOs and I saw on some other forum during my research that it can also play Blu-Ray ISOs (more research is needed here to confirm this). The price is $299 (comes with an HDMI cable!), so a bit more than the AppleTV, and of course it will be even more if you upgrade it with internal storage, but it could well be worth it. The only thing that this is missing from my wish list of the perfect home theater device is PVR capabilities since it has no video inputs nor an ATSC tuner. Here is a link to its spec page: http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/index.php?pluginoption=productspec&item_id=12 Maybe with any luck the new AppleTV, if one is coming, will have some of these capabilities. If not, maybe Apple will just lose my entertainment center.