After trying Plex out I was extremely dissatisfied with it and I'm now trying to delete it. Their instructions don't get everything, and the tricks I've found here and on other sites haven't found everything. I had a lot of trouble installing this thing. I found that you have to have Flash enabled, and also cookies turned on in Safari, things Plex doesn't mention in their support docs. When I finally got the application going, it took forever to get any kind of dialogs or options up. I found out later that it had scanned my HD without asking me. I was really angry when I found out it had loaded my entire photo album even though I hadn't pointed it at any of my media. Then it brought up a setup wizard. I answered some rudimentary questions. Finally, it brought up a really poorly designed UI. I poked around for a while but wasn't impressed. It was a lot of trouble for something that wasn't any better for me than HomeSharing. I decided to go back to iTunes, especially since it had native support for aTV. After fighting with Plex for a while I deleted it. I also deleted everything associated with it, as instructed in the Plex support docs. After cooling off for a few days I decided to try it again to see if maybe I didn't do something right in the install. So I downloaded it and tried again. This time, it skipped the wizard and went right to a page named "channels" (I think). Everything was already loaded in, same as last time. It even had the "friendly" name I had entered for the machine. I deleted everything again, and reinstalled the app just to see if it started as a fresh install. It came right up, no wizard, no configure necessary. I deleted everything and went on a witch hunt, finding and destroying things associated with Plex. I reinstalled, once again the app came right up, no wizard loaded, no config required. Then I ran a script someone posted for killing Plex. I also used the instructions GGJ posted for killing Plex. I reinstalled it, and instead of going to the wizard, it came back up like it was never gone. Now maybe I'm just being too picky, but if I delete everything associated with a program according to the developer's instructions, it shouldn't have a single piece of code remaining. Even their instructions for the wizard tell you deleting these things will enable you to relaunch the setup wizard. Not true. Where is this stuff hiding at? How do I kill Plex for good?