I am thinking of selling my boxee and going with a device that supports google tv. It seems similar to my boxee but is some ways better. So here is what I want to know: 1) The boxee is a content aggregate. It already has very manyt sites set up in it's memory and when you click on the show it automatically takes you to the page and loads the video. This means it is very easy to stream the shows in it's database. The downside of this is that as more sites update flash and the like, they do not stream. So will Google TV do the same, aggregate this information for easy access? I assume the support of the most recent flash information is based on the hardware used to view google tv. Is this correct? 2) Boxee supports many apps. I use Netflix, Pandora, youtube, & vimeo primarily. I assume the support of these apps again relies on hardware, or is it the software. 3) I pay nothing for boxee. Is Google Tv free? (I know some apps require fees but not the boxee it's self) 4) Boxee supports the conection of an external hard drive and creates a nice interface to show the moves and shows I have stored on it. Does google tv do this? or is it hardware based? 5) Boxee does NOT support a webcam. Does Google Tv or is it hardware based? 6) I do not have cable or an antenna. Does the "prime time" work with just netflix, youtube, vimeo, and crackle? 7) does Hulu basic work on google tv? 8) Boxee seems to no longer support the hardware. there have not been any recent updates to fix problems. I would need to find a set-top box that is still being supported by the manufacture. I could use some suggestions.