Friday night I came home to a fairly heavy box with the Sony NSZ-GT1 - I was completely psyched since 2 days earlier I had sold and shipped my Revue on eBay and got a pretty nice profit with a Buy it Now (why do people on ebay pay such high prices, I'll never understand it but I don't care ). I opened it up and was pleasantly surprised by the quality and weight of the box, I expected a cheap feeling plastic box that felt like it was full of air, instead I got a high quality build. Setup was absolutely less intuitive than the Revue, especially since it has IR blasters that needed to be threaded through my system ro reach my TiVo HD box. It doesn't appear to support TiVo by name like the Revue but when I tried the codes for Cablevision one of the codes worked and that took maybe 8 tries. After updating the box I was off, I like the new interface but didn't truly mind the old overlay. I installed some apps and then tried the network. In another thread I explain my situation and frustration but for me anyway, this is not going to be a movie watching device from my network collection, instead I will use my WDTV HD LIVE Plus. I feel they did an ok job but it falls short in the streaming network aspect. For music, I really like the Google Music app (I use a TOSLink connection for my reciever, not HDMI) and if I am at work I will use that (or Amazon) but the Apple TV 2 interface is better IMO so I will use that instead. The remote is great and reminds me of my old LG Xenon phone with the keyboard, I like the right side thumbcontrol, it is touch sensitive and if you don't really think about it it works nicely. As a lefty I wish it was on the left but whatevz, that's my life. People say the keys are not layed out intuitely but I think any layout is intuitive once you learn them, it seems well layed out but intimidating for my wife compared to the Logitech (which brings me to my next point) Google/Sony/LG/Samsung Need to rethink this device for the everyday user, for instance my wife didn't even want an iPhone because she didn't think she would be able to type on it and how would she even get her contacts off her phone anyway??? lol She fought tooth and nail about TiVo because all she wanted to do was 'Watch TV'. She now uses her iPhone to schedule shows on the TiVo and is in love with these devices. Google TV has this potential but needs to take a lesson from Apple, TiVo and Spotify - New stuff is intimidating but when the interface is lovingly designed and it 'just works' it brings success. I was on eBay and thought to search for a Revue out of sheer curiosity, someone had a buy it now for $60, zero feedback but lived somewhat local, I shot him an email asking if he can meet me in Penn Station with it, I will pay cash and he agreed and now I have the device sitting on my desk waiting for me to use it. My wife will enjoy using the old keyboard with the Sony and I will install the Revue in the bedroom and use the iPhone app to control it with our iPod touches and iPhones. Bottom line - I really like the Sony box, it is here to stay (for the time being) but it still needs updates and refinement. The Revue is just as good (or bad) as the Sony box minus a BluRay player. 3.1 hasn't added much for me but the addition ofthe App Store and Amazon store shows potential and I look forward to the coming growth.