Hi! New poster here I know that the new AppleTV supports HiP 4.0 in 1080p up to 25 megabits/second. What I wanted to find out is, does the new ATV practically go any higher, and if so, about how much headroom? I have a ton of h264 content from my bluray library that I keep on a home server; I changed the container to mp4 but the original video is untouched, and imports into iTunes OK. I occasionally sync some of this (stuff like the old Twilight Zone series on BD) over to my iPad when going on short trips. What I'd like to do is, get an ATV3 and in theory stream this video to my receiver with ATV3 as the playback device. However some of this content is HiP 4.1... basically average bitrate of about 20 mbps, but with max bitrates spiking to ~ 30-32 mbps. I really do not want to re-encode just to drop the spikes. So my questions are: 1. If these files import into iTunes OK, and they do sync and play smoothly on the new iPad, should I expect that iTunes will try to stream them to ATV3? Or will iTunes simply get in the way and say "sorry it's 4.1 and I see that it might be over 25mbps so I'm just going to say 'device not supported' " ? 2. If iTunes doesn't get in the way and does stream this content to ATV3, does ATV3 handle brief spikes > 25mbps Ok, or will it also just throw up its hands and give me some unsupported media format error? Before I buy the thing, I want to get an idea how much of my existing media library will actually play on it. I've gone through great pains to pick h264 blu-ray content, and most of it imports into iTunes properly, but as with many things bluray, bitrates can spike past 25mbps. If ATV3 looks at "profile 4.1" and doesn't even try, then it's probably not the right device for me.