A minute ago I found out that my Philips TV supports a quite complete PC and Mac navigation tool (via UPNP) .... wow, did they take a look at Apple TV. My TV is now showing a interface quite similar to Apple TV (the very first version), with which I can browse though all video, audio and photo's on my mac. I was a bit surprised, as I thought Apple was the first with this kind of connectivity. I was going to buy an Apple TV, but I'm wondering why I should still buy it... (ok: iphone/ipad support, but still). The TV connects with an App called Twonky. All supported devices are at: http://www.twonky.com/products/twonkybeam/DMRs.html I noticed that Twonky and many others (of which PlayBack seems to be the iLife/iTunes supporter) are already available on the mac. But clearly AirPlay is the killer here, making the interface even one step better and allowing push (I have to pull audio/video now). My Question: Is Apple going to support Philips TV's with Airplay in the future, that someone knows of?... the TV seems quite ready for it. Or is there software that allows to Push to a UPNP device already?