Well, I'm ready to adopt the internet as my entertainment source - but to to this with the consent of the household, I've got to deliver the content to the TV. There seem to be many choices/approaches available. I haven't found a simple 'flowchart' or guide for the selection of hardware that supports specific 'software' (specific content delivery via internet). Anyone have a source for advice? For example - there must now be more than 4 ways to deliver Netflix on demand to my TV (Tivo, Roku, Boxee, game console, etc.) - and that's only one source of entertainment. How can I best replicate the 'traditional' cable TV experience (and add 'on demand' movies from Netflix - we already have a 'mail-the-DVDs-account') with a cable modem/wireless arrangement. How can multiple TVs be accommodated (we have, ummm, four - all currently served by Comcast cable). It's a brave new world, I'm ready, I *think* I can convince the family, but...I don't have the time to explore every new avenue. Anyone have a summary or an experience to share?
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