Ok, just to prep, here is my setup: Buffalo Quadstation 6TB NAS, Wired into an Airport Extreme. Also Wired in the Airport Extreme is my Xbox 360. I can stream my videos to my Xbox no problem, but I want to get them into the bedroom, wirelessly. I found an item on dlink's site, but it says its used with Win Mediacenter, which I dont want to use. Currently, I am using the first gen Western Digital HD Media Streamer, which as no network connectivity, as it pulls the media from a USB Hard drive. The new version of this device has an ethernet port, but no wireless. I was thinking of using a wireless bridge (linksys) that I have lying around, but im worried about the performance (as It is only a G bridge) and Im wondering if i should try to find a device that works with N for best performance. Basically here is what I want: A device that has built-in N Wireless, and has these hook ups on the back: HDMI Composite Regular RCA (Red/Yello/White) The TV in my bedroom right now is not HD (Which is why I need the R/Y/W connectors, but I plan to upgrade in the future, so I want one with HDMI for that at a later date. I dont want it to require anything other than the connection to my NAS, as I want to be able to just browse to my media folder on the nas, and see all my media as I have it arranged in there in a nice neat folder structure: TV/Show/Season/Episodes.