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I have three of these. One is in our TV room with the main entertainment system, and a CAT5 ethernet connection. One is in our bedroom, connected via wifi. One is in my motor home. It's connected via CAT5 to a wireless router that connects to free wifi wherever it finds it (campground, truck stop, etc)
We use them primarily for Netflix. They all work well, and choose picture quality based on detected bandwidth.
I highly recommend these because of the available CAT5 connections. These are awesome, awesome, awesome. I'm buying a couple for spares.
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Add me to the list of folks who love the Roku (I have the Roku 2 version of this, in case you're wondering). It was easy to set up, and I actually ended up cutting Netflix in favor of Other Streaming Services.
Now if Hulu Plus would go commercial free (it wasn't last time I checked so I did not bother extending my trial subsciption), that would be perfect.
I'm just hanging out, really.