I'm a long time Mac user, and I really like the digital hub idea. Since some time now I have a digital camera and DV cam. I use iphoto, itunes and imovie a lot. It's very easy to connect all kind of devices to your mac. Gsm's, camera's, DV, etc... But still two are missing: home stereo and TV. It would be great to play your movies on your TV, mp3's on your home stereo, project jpeg's on your TV, etc. If there was some kind of box that did all that, it would be great and so easy! Now you have to connect your camera to your mac, upload the movie, edit the movie, upload it back to your camera, connect your camera to the TV. This can be easier. So I propose a well designed box, airport and rendezvous enabled. With a USB, firewire, SCART and digital out port. So if you start up your mac it sees the box over airport and rendezvous. From within iphoto, imovie and itunes, you can sent your photo's, movies and mp3's to your TV and home stereo. Would be a great way to look and hear your mp3's, movies and photo's. itunes and mp3's speak for themselves. But if you show your photo's and movies to friends on your TV that would be great! The usb and firewire port are for the case you want to look at your movies or photo's immediatly after tou shot them. Would be convenient, but isn't neccessary as such. The SCART port is for easy connection with TV and home stereo. The digital out of course is for the digital connection with your home stereo with DTS and Dolby Digital decoders. In short, it would be a great idea, and is in my humble opinion the missing link in the digital hub.