Hey everybody, I'm new here and I have a few questions about if the Revue is right for me. So I'm looking to get a video streaming device to add to my main home theater television, but there is no straight forward information on them. I've narrowed my selection down to 3: Logitec Revue, Roku 2 HD, and the Sony SMP-N100. I'm leaning towards the Revue, but wanted to get some other insight. The primary function will be to stream Amazon Video on Demand. We do not have Netflix or any other subscription. I would also like it to be able to play videos from YouTube, Blip.tv, and others. Being able to play videos off my computer would be nice too. From my research, it seems that the Roku is the most straightforward to use, especially for Amazon VOD, but it seems to lack the function to do the other stuff I want it to. Will it play videos from Blip.tv or YouTube? I'm leaning towards the Logitec Revue because it seems to have the most power, but I've read that the Amazon navigation is a little clunky. Is the Amazon navigation straightforward enough that my wife with very little technical knowledge could use it with ease? It also seems that it will not do Hulu, ABC, CBS, and others, which is a downfall. I've read that I could use TVersity on my computer to get these onto it. Does anybody know if this is possible? If the Revue is too complicated for someone like my wife, I could probably live with the Roku as we have a laptop with HDMI connection. It is a pain to hook up everytime I want to watch something though. Any insight into these boxes would help. Thanks! Also will any of these 3 boxes play ESPN3 streaming out of the box? I've been reading here that it should work on the Revue again whenever the new update hits, but from what I've read, it's one of those things that has been coming soon forever now.