Maybe it would be useful for me to put on record that the Airport emulation in the Boxee Box can be used other than with iOS software and devices. I've mentioned that in a couple of other places but can't remember where...
So far I've tested it with...
Airfoil - http://www.rogueamoeba.com/airfoil/windows/ - which enables any PC (or mac) on your network to send the audio it's playing to the Boxee Box. The chief drawback I've encountered is that the Box delays the audio for a couple of seconds, so if you can hear the PC audio and the Box audio at the same time, it's a bit disconcerting!
Twonky Mobile - https://market.android.com/details?i...kyremote&hl=en - this Android app enables you to play audio (tested by me) and photos (also tested) and video (not tested) from your Android device to the Boxee Box. The media can reside on the Android device, or it can be sourced from Twonky and other media servers running on your PC (tested) or Mac (haven't got one). There seem to be some issues eg changing volume on the audio from the Android device seems to lock up the Box's streaming reception, but if you discover what the gotchas are and avoid them, it's handy.
The Twonky Mobile app is also available for the iPhone, and at a glance I can't help wondering whether it actually makes a complete alternative for the Boxee app??
Doubletwist Airsync - http://www.doubletwist.com/airsync/ - would probably work but I've not tried it, as it appears to need iTunes which I don't have.
I'll update this with any other "companion" software I come across.