I have a 360 connected upstairs in my home theatre, but I don't have any HD sources connected to my HDTV set in the living room. I store all my DVDs as MPEG4 files that I stream to my 360 upstairs and to my Series2 TiVo (after a realtime transcode to MPEG2 - it's not as bad as you'd think it would be) on the living room HDTV. I'd like to get a better media front end for the downstairs, both to send my 480p content too and also have some HD capabilities in that room. I was looking at the Apple TV, it will be a great tool once I have a way to rip HD discs on my Mac into something it can handle, but at the moment it's not really "worth it" for me. The PS3, if the rumors about a price drop to $300 this summer are true, wouldn't be a bad buy for the media front end as well as a BD player. Playing games on it would be a nice bonus, but I barely have time to get through the 360 games I'm interested in, so, oddly, gaming is low on my list. But, if the PS3 media extender abilities suck then it's a no-go for me, so I'm wondering what you PS3 owners think about it? Thanks!