Full disclosure: we're already an Apple family. Two Macbooks, two iphone 4's. Renovation is happening at our house and we're going to have a TV on a wall in a room that won't be TV-focused but could use a smaller TV for news and stuff. That said, I was thinking of making that TV much more functional for music, casual Netflix streaming stuff, etc, by simply putting an AppleTV on the wall mounted behind it or something. Our current setup (BluRay home theater setup, the BIG tv, cabinetry, etc) will move to another room for dedicated movie watching. So I was telling my wife: "Yeah, we can mount this tiny AppleTV thing and it'll do EVERYTHING our Bluray player does except the discs. Netflix, Pandora, Hulu, really anything a device should do." Except now I'm thinking I'm wrong. This doesn't make sense: is it true that even though I have Pandora on my Macbooks and both our iphones (and our bluray player!!!) that I can't run that on AppleTV? Really? Nobody makes a Pandora app for AppleTV? We're talking about Pandora. Everybody knows what that is. I've heard that I could do various hacks to get around it, but I use Apple stuff so I don't HAVE to hack stuff together. And no, buying an iPad to add to my Macbooks, two iphones, and AppleTV box is a ridiculous solution. And Hulu? Not that I'm married to Hulu, but seriously - my BluRay player does Hulu. Also Netflix. But AppleTV does netflix, right? So I could play Netflix through an AppleTV and switch over to a frigging BluRay player for Pandora? What? Maybe I could sit my laptop under the TV and run an audio cord out? WTF? What is wrong with the current state of movie/music services that all kinds of devices, each capable of doing the job, need to be ganged together just to cover the bases?