I have two Logitech Revue Google TV's. One has been mothballed, replaced by an Asus Chromebox. I "updated" the other Revue because of the issues that everyone was having. We just tried to view a video on YouTube on the Revue and ran into a number of problems. These Revue's are no longer functional. It's like spinning plates above your head - that sort of balancing act. It really has become another WebTV. My question has to do with Chromecast. In the interests of saving money (by not having to buy another Chromebox right now), I'm wondering if a Chromecast might accomplish what we are trying to do, which is to watch on-line videos on an HDTV. We have Smartphones and a Motorola Xoom tablet. If I disconnected the Revue from the TV, and purchased a Chromecast, would that accomplish what I'm trying to do? How/where do I connect the Chromecast? How do I manage the HDTV viewing experience while the Chromecast is in use (stop, start, etc.) - with the TV's own remote control or the Smartphone? I'll probably eventually buy another Chromebox, but I'm kicking myself for not having purchased a Chromecast when they were like $10.00 (or being given away)!