If you've never hear of Sezmi-TV, it's a new service that offers you a set-top box with limited Internet access (youtube, podcasts, etc.) with pay-per-view movies and shows. It also comes with a DVR and a TV tuner (ATSC). What really sets this box apart is it's capability to also get regular cable/satellite channels, such as Discovery, Animal Planet, etc. for a much lower price than your cable and satellite providers. It is only available in limited markets. It's important to note that the cable channels come through the air (need antenna) and not through the Internet. Although I don't like set-top boxes, this one really caught my attention because it offers cable channels! I had to buy it and test it. I did a couple of YouTube video review on it: And an update after a week of use: The big news here is that finally we may be getting competition to cable/satellite TV operators. As my video review shows, Sezmi still has a long way to go. And they do charge you for TV shows that you can already get for free on the Internet (by going to CBS.com, Fox.com, etc.), just like Apple TV. Of course, one huge downside to Sezmi-TV is the lack of full Internet browsing capability. Google TV needs to make a big hit. I think if they can start offering cable/satellite channels (for a fee), they will have one huge step up from the competition. This just shows the world of new possibilities for upcoming products in the future.