i just got my Revue today and after less than a 1/2 hour of playing around it is back in its box and an RMA has been created with Amazon. i have nearly 4 Terabytes of video on my Synology NAS and even though the Revue sees my DLNA share folders and can explore the folders the ONLY files it see's are MKV files and then not even all of them are seen. not a single one of my Gigantic video library of AVI files is seen by the Revue... not a single d*** one. every.. and i mean every single media device i own, even my phone can see and play the files i have on my Synology NAS. this is the first device i have ever had which will not SEE and subsiquently PLAY the files. i do have a couple of terabytes of HD videos, many MKV, which it does see and play even though not all audio is supported. WHY oh god WHY is there no option to change audio streams and subtitles.... i am a huge foreign film fan and 99% of the mkv and AVI files i have either have dual audio streams, or embedded selectable subtitles, or external subtitle files that i can load. and the stupid GoogleTV crap can't change audio streams, or enable/disable subtitles. i mean seriously? who the f*** designed this thing. Logitech doesnt list anything about this device on their site, i mean there is nothing.. anyone who says there is has some super secret magic portal to undocumented logitech materials, Even important stuff like web video brings the Revue to its knees, this device is a multimedia turd. There is zero documentation that i could find which CLEARLY states what video formats are supported. It is completely retarded and unreasonable for Logitech and Google to make a product that can not browse a windows/mac/linux network. period.. rediculous. 99% of the world doesnt even know what DLNA is let alone know how to set it up and use it. my seagate freeagent theater plus, which has a tony little video decoding chip can play mkv hd 1080p video up to around 10-12mbps encoding rates. this thing will play them fine also but my standard definition library of Divx and Xvid AVI files is terbaytes larger than my HD library and this crazy device doesnt even know what they are.... it doesnt even recognize them as a viewable file format. its like searching for avi files but mispelling it and it doesnt find anything. here are the AWESOME tech specs Logitech lists for this supposed awesome device. Technical Specifications HDMI input: 1080p/60fps, 1.3a w/ CEC HDMI output: 1080p/60fps, 1.3a w/ CEC Networking: Wireless: 802.11a/b/g/n Wired: Ethernet 10/100 Base-T Audio optical output (S/PDIF) 2 USB 2.0 ports Integrated Logitech Harmony® Link IR blaster (for A/V device control) Logitech Unifying wireless technology is that not the most impressive set of specs ever form a manufacturer? uhm.. where does it say what video format's are supported????????????????????????