I am trying to figure out the easiest way to get rid of my cable, and have been doing plenty of research, but have not come up with the concise answers I am looking for. Yes, I have googled, and mroogled to see whats out there.... Okay here goes. I am going to setup an antenna so I can get OTA local channels. My TV can handle that. I am not going the ATV2 route, mainly due to some issues y'all have talked about, and not being able to get Hulu through it, as well as accessing shows directly from network websites. I figure I need to have a Mac Mini setup with my TV to do that and from what I have read, that is a good little computer for that use. I have experiemented with using my MacBook hooked up to my TV so I can directly access Hulu, and network websites. However, it is hard to read and I hate to keep going back and forth with screen resolutions to see my browser vs watching a show. Is there a software interface that is easier to look at and that will work for accessing all my media without having to constantly switch back and forth between Firefox browser and having to type in the URL for the various sites I want to get content from, and also interface with ITunes? If so, please advise and let me know how you like it. I am just running the audio out of my flatscreen tv speakers, and I do understand that the latest Mini with HDMI output has the audio also running through there, no need for a 2nd cable as with my Macbook. What is available for recording OTA broadcasts for later watching (ala Tivo)? I know I will need a keyboard/mouse to use with my Mini to navigate. Any ideas/experience with ones that work the best? There is a ton of fragmented info out there, but it is always good to find out from folks who have already set theirs up to see what works, it saves time and money. Thanks for the help.