Hi all, Just joined forum in a bid to solve my mac problem! I've Googled hell out of this problem and have seen a few links discussing it, some here, but none have solved it. Trying to get my iMac and Xbox360 speaking to each other. I've just set up a home cinema with my Xbox, a projector and a 70" screen, and I want to take advantage of the projector's HD capabilities by streaming .mkv and .mp4 files - plus with the new speakers I've got it would be nice to be able to stream my music collection. I've tried Connect360, Rivet and PS3 Media Server, the three apps that are apparently the best for streaming from iMac to Xbox360, and none have worked. I go into Network on my 360 and search for PC Connection, nothing comes up - I open the apps on the iMac and they don't find my Xbox360. Running Mac OS X, 10.7.5, which connects wirelessly to my Huawei Broadband Wireless ADSL2+ router. My 360 model doesn't have a wireless adapter built-in, so I connect to it via a dongle. I've read suggestions that I should try a wired connection and see if that works but it's not really an option with my setup. I have tried things like checking firewall settings and so on but open to any suggestions. Would really love to get this up and running. Thanks.