Hello! I've been told that by using Launchpad, I can have the same effect as if I had something like a Roku or blu-ray device for TV streaming (apps that pop right up all organized and quickly) and yet I keep reading little blurbs that suggest that on a PC I won't get many apps - or on a Mac anyway. I just - finally - got my first HDTV (Samsung) which is internet-capable but doesn't have apps built in. I really prefer the one-click simplicity of the typical streaming devices' formats/menus of apps. I'm clueless as to which device to get though am leaning toward a Mac Mini since everything else I have is Apple and the Apple TV doesn't offer enough specific apps that I want. E.g. I really want to see a Pandora icon/app to pop up when I turn on the TV - not just the itunes version. Side note: can we darken our screens on these modern TVs so as to just hear the music and not have the bright screen on? That would be nice! If I get a Mac Mini is it fair to assume I could basically have all the apps as anyone else or can you only get the most popular ones if you have an iphone or ipad etc? I was also told the app or shortcut (not sure of terminology) for Pandora is called Pandoras Box. Is this true, and if I click on it will I get to listen to Pandora as if it were anyone else's app? I know there might be a fee. Advice? I'd like the Mac Mini if it's true that I can utilize Launchpad in such a way (Pandora, Netflix, Amazon, youtube, Hulu, Flickr, etc) while also having all the added bonuses of a Mac Mini. Thanks so much!