During a recent Amazon sale, I ordered the Roku LT and have it connected to a 720p plasma. It is an up to 720p streaming box and very inexpensive but as far as I know for the things I wanted from it, no different than the more expensive Roku boxes. It came with a $5.99 Vudu credit and $5 Amazon Instant Video credit, my favorite movie rental sites, really the only two I use to rent movies for streaming. I think any new streaming box on my account would get the Vudu credit but in total, the box was really cheap after deducting the movie rentals I would have bought anyway. This is the first Roku I have owned but I have played with the boxes before and I already knew how well Roku works and how limited it is so no surprises really. It is so simple to use and works so well that for the things both Google TV and Roku do, stream video from the same few hundred sites, I am likely to use Roku. The list of things Google TV does that Roku does not do is very long, first on the list would be the Google TV YouTube app, so Google TV will still get most of the use in that location. The only things I can find that I can do with Roku but not with Google TV right now, Amazon movies in HD, Vudu, and Hulu Plus, all of which are hopefully coming to Google TV but if not, I now have all of them covered at all displays in the house. I didn't have enough room in the den for anything I could think of better than Roku and nothing this small is as good. Overall, Roku is a terrific little box in my opinion, not remotely comparable to Google TV for my needs but for someone dropping cable and not wanting to jump through hoops to watch TV, I can't imagine a simpler solution. OTA and Roku together provide a lot of content for the cord cutter.