I am an original Apple TV owner since the beginning. I'm in love with it, as well as the new one, which I bought about a month ago. After I bought the new one, I set up the old one down in my basement home theater, which hasn't been used since I moved it down there mainly because my wife and I had our first baby two weeks ago and have been glued to our living room where the majority of baby care/TV/movie watching takes place. Of course we have our basement set up for baby care too, but it's just not working out that way right now. So, with the old Apple TV getting no use, I've had time to reflect on it. I've had the following thoughts: 1. Don't do anything and let it sit until LG releases one of their Plex-based Blu-ray players. I've gone the Blu-ray route in the past, and eventually sold all my discs after the HD-DVD vs. Blu-ray war ended. I was sick of it all and really just wanted to stream for a while. If you look at a lot of the Blu-ray players now, their functionality of streaming has really stepped up...so that is a thought of mine. 2. Purchase ATVFlash and expand some possibilities of the device. This may spark some interest in getting more use out of it now that it's in the basement. If you think this sounds like a good idea, have you used ATVFlash? What do you like about it? 3. Sell it on EBay and use that money to buy another new Apple TV, and put that one in my basement, thus creating more interest in putting my basement home theater to use. 4. Turn it into an audiophile jukebox or something else useful. 5. Any other suggestions?