My friend is seriously thinking about switching from a Nokia phone to an iPhone. In the past, I had talked about setting up a WDTV Live media player and let him control it via a Web App in Windows using a text to speech programing known as JAWS. But JAWS doesnt some programing languages, so he cannot navigate using XBMC or WDTV apps. After several attempts to get my desktop to control the WDTV Media player, via JAWS, I give up and will consider another option, but I would like to confirm this works. I also have some other blind friends who would also like to know Can you get the iPhone to control Apple TV media playback, using the text to speech accessibility option thats built into the iPhone? Obviously I wouldnt be using AppleTV out of the box, that some firmware hacking is needed for XViD, MPEG and other file formats. Streaming to audio/video files to his iPhone is one thing, but using it as a remote control is what he needs and I think he would need a slightly modified Apple TV to do that properly.