I just set-up a new Logitech Revue, running the updated version of Google TV with Android apps. I installed just a few apps (Shortyz and Music is all I added, I believe) and -- boom -- I was already getting warnings that there wasn't much storage space left on my Revue. It turns out the culprit is Google Music: Simply loading it and connecting it to my library consumes about 400MB of the 500MB allotted, the overwhelming majority of that labeled as "USB storage" (I don't have USB connected, so I'm a little puzzled as to what that means, versus say cache or data). As far as I know, I'm not downloading any songs (and of course my library of 7000 songs is dramatically bigger than 400MB). Is this a known issue? I can't imagine I'm alone in having this problem, and I'm a little surprised that Google/Logitech didn't anticipate it. I'd love to run Google Music on my box, but if it alone essentially fills it up, then that's a problem. Is there a work-around? Is there a way to add additional storage to the Revue to accommodate such a bulky app.