Hi All, I'm seriously considering the Nexus Player to replace my beloved (but cranky & aging) Revue. Forgive me, I'm sure the answers are out there somewhere but I'm still unclear on a few things: 1. On the Nexus Player, can the microUSB port be used to hook up an external hard drive? Or, even better, a USB hub? 2a. I'd want to hook up my Revue's keyboard if possible with a spare Logitech dongle I have laying around. Has anyone tried this? 2b. Do the standard media keys on a keyboard work largely as expected? 2c. If the Revue keyboard won't work, will any standard BT keyboard/mouse combo work? 3. Does Android TV even accept keyboard/mouse input? I hope it's like Google TV. Personally, I am quite happy with the Revue's keyboard/trackpad combo. 4. Does the user have access to Android system volume? My home setup is annoying in that each device needs to be able to control its own volume. 5. I've read mixed reports: Is it possible to sideload Chrome and the old Flash apk? If not, maybe something more limited like Opera Mini? I don't browse on my TV often but there are times when it's handy. 6. Can we add YouTube videos (live streams) directly to the home page? (important for my in-laws). 7. Last pie-in-the-sky question: Is there a USB IR *blaster* that works with the Nexus Player? Thanks for reading. I bet half of these are unanswerable... I just can't decide to wait on a newer Android TV model or buy the Nexus Player. My Revue is running into so many memory issues it's almost unusable and I don't have time to rebuild it every three days.