Kudos to Brad for taking the time to put together this detailed review. He even makes a few comparisons to Google TV in the review: G-Box Midnight MX2 TV dual-core TV box is made for Android, XBMC - Liliputing (click for full review) by Brad Linder - May 5, 2013 "There are plenty of Android-powered TV boxes designed to let you run apps, surf the web, and even run the XBMC media center software on your TV. But the G-Box Midnight MX2 is one of the few that's really designed with XBMC in mind. Matricom's latest TV box comes with a custom version of XBMC preloaded. Not only does it support hardware-accelerated video playback for a wide range of video formats, but it's also configured to make installing add-ons for Hulu, Amazon, and other internet media sites as easy as possible. The G-Box Midnight MX2 also has more ports than most Android TV boxes, comes with a wireless remote control, features access to the Google Play Store, and comes pre-rooted, which lets you install apps that require root access. The media box still has a few quirks that take some getting used to, but if you're looking for an inexpensive device that lets you run XBMC on your TV, the G-Box Midnight MX2 is one of the best options around. It's available from Amazon for $100."