Hi, I have a Sony Google TV and I'm trying to stream a 9312 kbps .mpg video file from my computer across my network to my TV. When I play it, it skips frames. I have a wireless N network, and Tomato (firmware software) says that my TV has a perfect 300/300 TX/RX rate. My computer it outputting through a gigabit ethernet port, into a gigabit port on my router. Just to see if that was the problem, I disabled my ethernet card and ran it through a wireless N card to see if it was acting like a 10/100 or something, but I had the exact same problem. (the computer is right next to the router so wireless speed isn't an issue on that end) This was all done with no other activity on the network. tl;dr, do you think it's a bandwidth issue (do I need to run a super-long Cat 5e cable across the apartment to the ethernet port) or is the TV's processor unable to handle streaming video at that bitrate?