I may not have all my facts straight, computer science not being my forte, but it seems to me that Linux is the way to go for "set-top boxes" such as Google TV. Why? With GTV's Android, the userbase is at the mercy of the "update schedule" as dictated by Google/Logitech/Sony. With Linux, my understanding is that it's like wikipedia in that anyone can update it. (I imagine there are checks and balances!) So, when something is broken/not right, and with HC, there are things that are not right/not working properly, they get fixed - quickly (with Linux). The multitude of Android (HC) complaints voiced in this forum will get addressed exactly when? Am I mistaken regarding the plusses of Linux versus Android?