In music mode, a main menu pops up on your TV screen and lets you select between iPod playback and Internet radio. Selecting the iPod icon will take you to your iPod's music menu, where you can make your music selections exactly as you would on the player (artists, albums, and so on). A Page Up/Down button helps with scrolling though lists, but there's no acceleration, so longer lists can be a chore. Hitting the Settings button lets you shuffle or repeat tracks or toggle the EQ setting. This is also where you adjust settings for Internet radio.
All in all, the TuneCenter's performance was spot on. Videos looked great on our TV screen, and even audio was good, considering the medium (TV speakers). However, the remote was not entirely responsive, and we found that we had to point it straight at the front of the unit for it to work. Range was also not great: maybe 12 or so feet. We're also disappointed that Griffin didn't include a port for syncing the iPod while it's docked in the TuneCenter. That said, the unit's user-friendly interface and Internet radio capability make it an attractive option.