After getting tired of having sorting, indexing and album art issues using a USB attached drive I decided to give something else a try. I also don't want to deal with a DLNA server running on a PC. I was due for a router update as my D-Link DLG4300 was starting to feel a bit dated. I decided to get the Netgear WNDR4500, a bit expensive at $179, but it's a high performance WiFi router with Gigabit ports, two USB ports with a miniDLNA and Samba server build-in. Given that the router is powered on all day, it seemed like the logical place to attach the drive with my multimedia and avoid having to maintain a separate server. So far, my experiences have been very positive. The miniDLNA server in the router runs all day and works fine with the Logitech Media Player (LMP). The library is sorted correctly and the album art shows up all the time in LMP. This makes it easy for my wife to use the Revue instead of my Squeezebox to play music. I also set indexing in LMP to only occur at 3AM to avoid this annoying process from running when I update the video library. My music library is updated only once in a while, but the video library gets updated very frequently. Given that I don't use video playlists and that the video files are not tagged correctly, indexing videos only adds overhead and no benefits for me. I usually only watch a movies once and if I don't like them a lot, I deleted them from the drive. I navigate my video library using folders that are labeled based on the movie genre. For that reason I now share all those folder (shares) using Netgear's ReadySHARE (Samba) from the router and the GTVBox player (smb client) to play my videos. All I have to do is select the smb share labeled Drama on the UI of the GTVBox player and play my videos. I can also add and delete videos to/from the Samba shares from my laptop and watch them immediately... no waiting for indexing or for the source to be refreshed. The other good thing is that GTVBox supports a lot of video formats and subtitles using separate subtitles (.srt) files from the smb shares. A couple things you need to be aware of. Writing files to the USB drive is little slow with NTFS formatted drives, but improving with recent firmware updates (~6.25 to 6.70MB/sec using WiFi from my laptop). You need to get at least firmware 126.96.36.199 from Netgear support to use Android clients. This FW is not officially released yet. The USB ports support FAT32, NTFS and /ext3 formatted drives up to 2TB. The read/write speeds for FAT32 and /ext3 are much faster. I have yet to test high bit-rate HD movies and since my Revue is wired to the router, I won't be testing playing videos from the Revue using WiFi. Let me know if you have any questions about this setup.