I have discovered a lot of great XBMC Add-ons recently & thought it might be nice to have a thread where we can share our favorites. I know I am curious what others have discovered. My favorites are below. (Yes, there probably have been identical or similar threads in the past but new Add-ons are coming out almost daily). Video 1) Navi-X (More movies & tv shows than you can count, usually with cover art & descriptions) 2) FastpassTV (Nearly as good as Navi-X; has movies too) 3) Icefilms (Tons of content but lacks ability to ff/rew or skip forward to where you left off, sometimes requires Captcha) 4) Wimp.com (Funny & interesting videos, updated daily) 5) Crackle (Sony's free TV shows & videos) Honorable Mentions: Vevo, Vimeo) Music 1) Muzu TV (Music videos; I just choose a playlist & let it play for hours of commercial free videos) 2) Pandora (Still my favorite Internet radio, but this Add-on leaves a lot to be desired & it's a bit hard to install) 3) mFlow (Great music streaming service; UK based but works for me in the US without proxy) 4) Radiotime (The site & iPhone/iPad app are now called TuneIn Radio. LOVE the site and app but this Add-on hasn't been updated & many stations are missing or won't play. Still useful if the station(s) you are looking for work.) 5) Subsonic (this would be much higher on my list if I had a current use for it. With Subsonic installed on the computer where your music resides, this add-on let's you access your music collection from anywhere - like Audiogalaxy) Honorable mentions: NPR, GrooveShark (Add-on is unfortunately very hard to navigate), Icecast (Shoutcast replacement), Internet Archive (great live music archive) Other Repositories Installer (Once installed, let's you browse & install add-ons most of the repositories *without* having to use your computer & copy the zip file via SSH/SFTP) MediaStream Redux (Not an Add-on but a skin. Other than Confluence, the only skin that doesn't seem to cause navigation delays on ATV/ATV2 for me. IMDB+RT (Pulls movies info from IMDB and *Ratings Only* from Rotten Tomatoes) If you are curious about any of the above beyond what I have explained, I can try to help but really...Google is your friend. See the Python Add-ons section at XBMC.org for installation instructions for most of the above).