Since my move over to Macs, I have been trying to access an IP camera in my kitchen (dog monitor). I can sit at work and view the dog trying to jump up on the counter, etc. For some reason I can't view the streamed video from the camera. I have done a little delving into the video stream, it's a .wmv file. If I go through the 'correct channels' to view the video through a web browser, it gives me a warning saying I need Internet Explorer. If I continue I see an empty frame and no video. I have tried Safari, Firefox and IE. But all the same. I tried hacking the video output on a PC before as I want to place this video stream on my own webpage and not see Linksys logos plastered all over the page. If I stream the video into Media Player (under Win XP), it is severely delayed. Which defeats the point of an IP camera. Anyone tried doing this before? At the moment it seems as though it's a Windows only camera. Bah! I don't really want to install Media Player on my Mac, as I'd probably get the same results as a PC.