I am thinking about ditching cable and going the with buying digital copies of my media (or possibly blu-ray depending on the shows). Now I have been trying to come up with the best way to pull this off. Currently I have three different methods. 1) Apple TV (new one) Using this I was thinking I would use it to stream iTunes videos from a computer. Now with this I have an issue with the fact that I do not use a mac as my main storage point in my house. Instead I use a Windows Home Server (doesn't have iTunes on it). I have not messed with Appple TV's but would be able to play iTunes videos stored on a windows network or does it have to sync with iTunes directly? Also I am bothered by 720p but for a $1 rental this doesnt seem to bad. 2) Mac Mini media center Basically loading up a Mac Mini with Plex and utalizing iTunes but also video from other providers (I think Amazon VOD works?). I am leaning more towards this method but my fears here mostly revolve around if i can get the value out of it. For example is it possible to plugin a blu-ray drive and watch it via the mac mini? 3) Xbox 360 + Amazon Video (using current hardware) This method is my cheap route as i got a 360 and could use the home server or other PC. I run a mixed computer network so it would work. The other thing I heard is Amazon does offer 1080p on some videos but i cannot find confermation of this (the videos i tested were 720p). The other problem here is i have an iPad and would really like to have my video everwhere this method doesnt seem to really facilitate that. So basically here are my thoughts. I am curous as to what direction people would recommend. I do enjoy the Apple ecosystem but really dont want to replace my storage setup for awhile and would like to have a usable system. Also the number of companies not doing iTunes TV rentals along with the fact that Apple doesn't discount season purchases seems kinda discuraging. What do others think?