I have: -mac pro which is always on -linksys router capable of 802.11n -ps3 -tv only capable of 720p -gigs of non-DRM movies and music that weren't purchased from iTunes The mac is connected through wired ethernet to the router. The PS3 is using its own built-in 802.11g wifi to connect to the router. It's about 50 feet or so from the router to the tv area so I could just buy ethernet cable if necessary to do what I want. All I want to do is watch movies and listen to music on my TV. Should I: 1) Get a NAS of some sort that supports DLNA and works with the PS3? Keep in mind PS3 is only capable of 802.11g so I don't know how wifi streaming will work out? I might have to run the ethernet cable or get an 802.11n bridge (or "gaming adapter") and plug the PS3 in to that. 2) Get an Apple TV and just make a quicktime container for each file to avoid having to re-encode, like what VideoDrive and iFlicks do? Will that work for streaming? I don't want to have to sync every time I want to watch a different movie. 3) Get the $200 Acer AspireRevo and run XMBC? Or any other suggestions I'm open to.