The Logitech Revue that I ordered from DishNetwork has a Intel (X86) processor. My Motorola Defy has an OMAP 3610 (ARM) processor. I don't know much about nothing, but this would be like porting the android market to the Windows XP, correct? When I read the "Android Market" is coming to GoogleTV, are they referring to a "GoogleTV Market" instead? It will not be as easy to port Android apps to GoogleTV as it was porting Iphone apps to the IPad. When I first read about the Android Market was coming to GoogleTV, I thought to myself that there would automatically be a huge app library for it. But now I am confused. The XBOX 360 used to have software it would download for each original XBOX game so it would play on the 360. That involved some sort of emulation to make it run and I don't think a 1.2 ghz Intel processor has enough juice to emulate an Android OS. So what is it really? Is it Google opening up development for the GoogleTV OS and creating a "market" for it, available on the platform itself?