Just received the NSZ-GS7. Getting use to the interface and the remote as I'm new to Google TV. Thought I'd dip my toe in; am a SageTV user for many years and exploring other options... and hoping someday, there is a Sage/Google integration forthcoming. They bought them for a reason right? Anyway, the NSZ-GS7 seems to have no problem playing back the AVI's, MP4's and even MKV's I've thrown at it so far, but transport stream files lag and pause like crazy. These are being streamed (via SMB) from a Windows XP box which also serves up SageTV to its clients. These files are created with either an HD-PVR or Silicon Dust Prime, both have this pause/lag thing going on. Both playback app's I've tried, Plex and GTVBox have the issue. These files all play back fine over the network on a Window's PC or a SageTV HD300 streamer off the same Ethernet switch (not using WiFi). I figure it's one of two things, a latency problem or it's having issues with the AC3 tracks. My guess is it might be the former. It behaves a bit like VLC on the Mac does when playing files over the network where unless you give it a 5-6 second buffer, it's a stuttering fool. Plex isn't adjustable for this that I can see. I've tried the various options on GTVBox for caching and it hasn't helped. If this can't be resolved, I'm afraid I'm going to have to send the NSZ-GS7 back. This would be a non-starter for me. Any thoughts? Thanks! Edit: Hmmm, I noticed on the Sony product page that technically neither .ts or .ps formats are supported, yet the similar MPEG2 stream .m2ts is. If I remember right, there is a difference in packet size between them. Maybe it simply hasn't been optimized (yet??). Seems like an odd omission to me.