Summary: I heard about this product from a friend of mine. This product was able to play all formats I have. There were files that the audio were not playing. I had to download some upgrade from the internet and did some adjustment on the audio settings and after that it was all wonderful.
Summary: This thing is really amazing. It has played everything I have thrown at it, even BD ISO files. The Blu-Ray video (1080p 24 fps) and audio (DTS-HD MA and Dolby True HD pass through) is incredible. But...and this is a major but...this gadget is not a plug-and-play device.
Summary: This is a monster of a player. At a size of a bulky DVD/Blueray player it surely is large. Don't let that bulkyness fool you! This networked media tank (NMT), as Syabas calls it, plays everything you can throw at it.
Summary: I had a WDTV Live Hub prior to this, and decided to take a chance on this unit, after becoming frustrated with the inept blu-ray ISO support by WD, and the way the music browser presented music. I had a couple of Blu-ray ISO rips that would not work very well on the WDTV Live Hub.
Summary: I have it for more than year already. Got it when they came out last august. Never had any of the issues that i am reading about. Watched hundreds of movies on it. Added 500GB HDD and bluray drive. Got it with IRK-200 and i am using it CAT5 cable so no issues with networking.
Summary: I bought my PCH from Amazon 5 months ago. Things were a little rough at first. The firmware back then couldn't reliably play BD rips from SMB shares, and I had to add a hard drive to the PCH for local playback. Also, the PCH had to be rebooted a couple times a week.
Summary: This box rules, I like all the apps that you can load. I even made my own RSS app and had it loaded to the box. I have canceled my cable TV and now only watch my popcorn hour box. This box I hope is just the beginning for these guys.
Summary: I got the C-200 about 2 weeks ago and WOW what a great unit! The bad reviews on here are usualy user error. They are usualy the ones who download there "backup copy" (Caugh) and to find out there are a ton of junk encodes out there.