WOW! What a device. This is one of the best media peripherials you can buy, without a doubt. For anybody that doesn't know what this is, it's a device that plugs into your router, and has 2 Tuners. You can either use a splitter and plug your cable service into the plugs, or connect antenna. Or a combination of the two. The HDhomeRun, besides having regular tuners, has ClearQAM capabilities, meaning, it will pick up unencrypted digital signal from your Cable company. I use RCN, but it should work with comcast and the like just perfectly. Needless to say, I'm getting about 125 channels streaming to my mac(s) with perfect quality. The HD channels look amazing on my 24" LCD. EyeTV is an amazing piece of software, probably one of the most intuitively written I've seen in a long time. After using the software, you'll want to throw away your normal tv's DVR. The HD signals easily broadcast through my airport extreme to any 802.11n mac. Imagine having a 17" MBP and being able to watch high definition anywhere in your house, wirelessly! Using EyeTV, you can record content, and then share it over your LAN (like an iTunes share), or you can export the content to your iPhone/iTouch/iPod, regular phone, etc. There are many settings in EyeTV and it's a very versatile software, depending on the user's preference. The best news: The device is not expensive. You can buy the HDhomeRun from Elgato for $199, and it comes with EyeTV 3.0 and a license that allows you to install on two computers. You can get the HDHomeRun slightly cheaper elsewhere if you want to use VLC or other software to watch content (but I think the extra cash is worth it to get EyeTV 3.0). Anyway, I give this device 5 apples.