Hello! My new and first HDTV is internet-capable but doesn't have apps built in. I'm clueless as to which streaming device to get though am obviously leaning toward a Mac Mini for all the extra abilities. The Roku had me tempted though cause I really liked the idea of turning on my TV and quickly seeing a bunch of fun apps to choose from, right off the bat (or just a click away). I read that Apple TV doesn't have a lot of the apps I like (Pandora being a big one, aside from the fact it has something similar through iTunes). I'm not into the whole hacking thing. If I get a Mac Mini it would seem I could get whatever apps (shortcuts?) I want (?). Is that possible by using Launchpad which I've never used but have heard about? I've also read you can only get all the cool apps if you have an ipod or ipad but not an apple PC which seems ridiculous. I was told the app or shortcut (not sure of terminology) for Pandora is called Pandora's Box. Is it hacking to use it? Some stuff I'm reading seems to indicate it is...I'm totally confused. If I had the latest OS Lion I could check myself on my Macbook Pro but I don't see the point in paying $30 to test it if it comes with the new Mac mini for free (if I end up getting it that is). Advice? I'd like the Mac Mini if it's true that I can utilize this Launchpad and get a Pandora icon/shortcut/app/widgety thing to pop up. Thanks so much.