Just got the Logitech TV Cam to go with the revue, and I thought I'd share my experience so far. (who knows? maybe I'll be back on here complaining about it in a month) I think it is outstanding the way it is integrated, and the picture quality of the camera itself, even in low light, is very good. Unlike XBOX or some other systems that are video conferencing capable, you don't have to be "using" some other system to enjoy the feature. You can receive calls while watching TV and the TV is almost always on (at least in my house) - this is a huge plus and makes it much more likely to get used often rather than just for the novelty. (for example, in order to video conference with family members with xbox, I have to call them on the phone to tell them to get on the xbox). With the Revue, I get notification that I have an incoming call right on the TV. Also, the integration with the picture-in-picture is very cool - you get your current TV program in one window, the person you are talking to in another, and a smaller window of yourself for example (though there are options to not have this occur as well). Hopefully in the future it can integrate with other popular video conferencing applications (Skype) rather than being dependent on the Logitech Vid HD software at both ends, but at least the software appears to be very good with my limited experience. I did have a problem getting it to work initially due to a very old router I was using - still not sure why it didn't like this router, but if you have an older router and you run into problems, you may want to start there. Logitech is offering the Revue with camera bundled for $199. Camera was originally $150 by itself, so this seems a deal to me.