Was reading the Sling support for TV thread and got to thinking about getting a SlingPlayer running on the TV. It's small, portable and you'd hook it to a TV anyway so it would be a great way to access your DVR/Cable/Satellite while away from home. Interface would be tricky with the onscreen remote and TV remote but I'm sure it could be done. This got me thinking about a SlingPlayer for the consoles. If you were going away on an extended vacation and wanted to take the console with you it would be a method for accessing your home TV/DVR that had to be hooked up to a TV anyway, the onscreen remote should be easier to interface with since you can use the analog sticks (or point with a Wiimote) to take control. Admittedly my first thought was the Wii, since I have one. It's small, easy to transport and if you've already upgraded video cables a $20 power adapter and $10 sensor bar is all you need to make it travel ready and not disassemble your entire AV rack. You'd be hooking it to a TV at your destination anyway so you wouldn't have to deal with the hassle of connecting a laptop or computer to the TV as well. You could also extend it to the DS and PSP for more portable options where you might have net access.