Yes, a little nerdy in the title. Bear with me. Like many of you, I've got a serious disconnect between all of my media. I've got a 32" HDTV with Dish Network and a BD player. Then 10 feet away, I have a MacBook Pro with all the iTunes fun we have, including a bunch of my DVDs converted to mp4 files so I can watch them with iTunes or sync with my iPhone. I'm also a Netflix subscriber, which splits down the middle with these two setups. As you may know, Samsung (and LG) offers a Blu-ray Disc player that also has built-in Netflix streaming. Best Buy offers a model that throws in Pandora radio. Since I have a non-2.0 BD player, I'm considering one of these in the future. But I also like the Apple TV in theory because I'd love to easily get my digital stuff to my TV. Well, maybe I have a solution. These Blu-ray player manufacturers need to get with Apple and bring the Apple TV software into a BD player as an add-on just like the Netflix software. Take the Samsung BDP-1600, add a 32GB flash drive, put the ATV software on there and you've got one bitchin' unit. The crummy ATV remote control problem is instantly solved with MANY more buttons to use. I'm hopeful that Apple might think about taking this route, but not overly hopeful. My dad has an ATV, and it's kinda good to have, but I don't think I'd want to plop down $220 for it when it can't even accomplish everything that iTunes does. I'm still miffed that it won't list playlist items in any discernible order, and the software loves to tell me that a video isn't playable about 15 seconds after I just played the darn thing.