I know there have been numerous posts about this subject, but I am yet to see any solution. My Logitech Revue was always hardwired through ethernet without an issue. I had decent internet from Time Warner at 15 to 20 down. Recently they upgraded and gave me a new modem/router and I am getting 30 down and 5 up. I then noticed when I would run Slacker Radio, it would tell me I have a poor connection and asked me if I wanted to proceed anyway. I would and the music started, but sometime after, the music would stop and it would time out. I then got a Co-Star and I tested it and it was the exact same result. Then I tried Pandora and I didn't get the warning, but it would time out. I then noticed speedtest differences (like a lot of you) on both devices, but even with the Logitech and Co-Star showing slower speeds, it should still fast enough to get music. I would get anywhere between 15 to 30 down via the Chrome browser. It's very sporadic. Sometimes though it would hang and get stuck and other times it would start out at 2 down for a couple of seconds then shoot up. So then I figured it was the modem/router, but I bridged my modem/router and connected my old router and wouldn't you know I still have the same problem. Could it be the "Modem" part of the puzzle? Well I don't have another modem, but I do know that the modem/router they have sent me (and I have used 2 different models with the same result) is DOCSIS 3 so I am wondering if that is the culprit. I was already getting 30 down, but I wasn't getting 5 up with my old modem so they told me I needed to get a newer modem in order to get it. This is when all the trouble started. The old modem and my Linksys router was fine and after the change even bridging the new modem/router and using my old Linksys didn't resolve it. I have tried switching to WiFi, and I don't get the error, but it times out eventually. I suspect that is more of an issue with Android working well with WPA and security, but not fully sure. Is there something going on with this newer internet technology that is not working with Google TV boxes? I have a Western Digital TV Live media player and it doesn't have Slacker, but it does have Pandora. I can run Pandora on that with no issues. What is going on with Google TV? Is there some setting on the router that I can change that will magically fix this?