I think I know the answer to this question, but I'm going to throw it out there anyway just to get some feedback. I'm streaming videos from my laptop wirelessly using GTVBox Media player vi SMB share through to Windows 7. Most of my videos play fine, however, my higher resolution 1080p videos hang while streaming that renders the video unwatchable. My 720p videos seemed to be fine. So, last night, I decided to convert my 1080p videos down to 720p (I only have a 720p set anyway)... low and behold, there was no change. Incidentally, I went through to check some of my other movies, and I found two more that were 720p that had similar hanging problems. So, my initial conclusion is that maybe the resolution isn't the problem, but its my no-so-good router. Its a Netgear N, but it was a middle of the road model and I do remember seeing on the box that it wasn't recommended for streaming video (at the time, streaming video was the last thing on my mind). Also, that the video resolution has little to do with the streaming process? Is this correct? Why would I be able to watch a full screen HD 720p video of Avatar just fine, but hang up on an HD 720 video of Toy Story? I tend to be a tight wad when it comes to spending money, so I'd hate to go out and spend money on a new router when the problem is more likely the way my Windows 7 network is configured, or I could simply convert the video format to something more friendly, or simply use a better streaming app on my GTV Box? Any advice would be appreciated. I'm a programmer by trade, so I know my way around a keyboard, but video rendering is something I know almost nothing about.