I'll put you in the picture first of all. I recently purchased a 40GB Apple TV, and to go alongside it, a touchscreen White Asus Eee Top to act as a Home Media Remote. The plan was great. I would stream my music and video's to my Bravia LCD TV via the Top placed on a sideboard in the Living room and also via Airtunes to a Surround Sound kit in the bedroom too. It was all thought out (Videos on a 1TB external WD drive attached to Top and Music and Photo's synced between Apple TV and Asus Top). At only £399 I thought it was a great deal and bought an extra GB of RAM to speed her Atom processor up a bit. The first problem arose when I spent 45 minutes trying to get the damn case off. Eventually I figured out I had not spotted 4 screws hidden behind some rubber covers. Once off and relieved I wasn't gonna destroy the thing I installed the RAM easily and re-attached everything and got her going. XP failed to recognise the extra RAM so I attempted another re-opening. This time however, one screw on the stand (And thus restricting access to the insides) decided to thread itself and refused to budge. My only way to get this off would be to take a dremel to the screw and add a new thread for a flathead screwdriver. Nightmare. I then added all my music and applications etc spending 4 hours sorting it out (Also trying AlbumPlayer for Windows which looks quite nifty, see here: YouTube Link ). Well I also wanted to try Windows 7 and iTunes so got a memory card prepared (another hour) and intended to install on a partition to test. I restarted to begin and the thing instantly died. (Problem No. 2) It looks like a clear graphics problem with lines covering the screen and not booting at all. I've called the company (eBuyer) and intend to send the thing back for a refund, with my RAM entombed inside. Not to sound like a mac obsessive but I wish I'd just bought a 20" iMac to do the same (Sans Touch interface). Just wanted to share and vent my frustration. Hope my Apple TV isn't this bad to set up on Monday... I wonder if anyone else has had similar ideas for their home cinema/music network?