I have been thinking about this for ages and with the new feature for the iPhone (or iPod touch) to act as a remote, it was one step closer to my idea... Imagine your whole TV as just a safari viewer, the whole TV taken up by the web (It'd look amazing). You use your iPhone as a trackpad to scroll around the page and on your iPhone screen is an "un-rendered" version of the page (just a blurry version, if you will). You'd have something on the iPhone screen just so you can zoom into sections of the webpage just like you do on your mobile version of Safari. You'd be holding it in portrait mode and so whenever you need to use the keyboard, the virtual keyboard just pops up. Imagine your whole family in the living room looking at a certain webpage (maybe one of your cousins have gone overseas and he has updated his iWeb webpage), all pointing and telling you to click on something. Or just scrolling through his blog with your finger as it appears on your nice, huge flat-screen TV. You could make your own bookmarks for the AppleTV, or have them synced over from your computer, so when you add bookmarks at your AppleTV they are synced back to your computer immediately and show up in your desktop version of Safari. My god the iPhone (or iPod touch) and the AppleTV together have sooo much potential. What do you guys think?