Unfortunately, my 3 year old Apple TV 160GB died recently. The culprit is either a faulty disk or a logic board failure. I don't have the means to diagnose either at the moment and don't really want to invest in an old-tech AppleTV anymore. So the question now is what I can get as an alternative. I know there is a new AppleTV being rumored with a very low price-point, but if it only covers iTunes formats again, then its a no-go for me. What I've found so far: Popcorn Hour A-200 or C-200 (http://www.popcornhour.com/onlinestore/index.php?pluginoption=catalog) HDX 1000 (http://www.hdx1080.com/where-to-buy...page.ilvm_blue.tpl&product_id=3&category_id=1) Both should be natively compatible with MacOS, and support pretty much everything. But both are also no-name brands so I'm worried about quality and finish (Apple products are a tough standard to beat!). Does anybody have any experience with these media players? Any other suggestions? I've also looked into the new Mac Mini but I'm not going to need a full Mac interface and don't want to deal with a keyboard and mouse setup. Everything needs to work from my Harmony remote.