Last edited by wxman2003; December 26th, 2011 at 12:02 AM.
Boxee Box 1, 2 & 3(Boxee+ v1.4.6), PCs(v188.8.131.5296) Boxee TV(v184.108.40.20621)
Server 1: HP MSS WHS (3TB) (NFS/SMB)
Server 2: unRAID1 (39TB) (SMB)
Server 3: unRAID2 (51TB) (SMB)
Server 4: unRAID3 (36TB) (SMB)
Server 5: TiVo Desktop (6TB RAID 5) (SMB)
NAS 1: Intel SS4200-E (4TB RAID 5) (NFS/SMB)
NAS 2: Dlink DNS-321 (1TB RAID 1) (SMB)
To answer the thread's title, nope, I won't purchase the dongle unless it can do some tricks or capture something which I can't do directly in my TV. I would strongly consider it if I could effectively get rid of my DVR subscription.
How about Boxee consolidating live broadcast TV stations like my Android phone can do. There has to be dozens in the USA including some from the major networks. Yes, I know about repositories and apps and anything which can be done to support and speed up the networks move to IP is a real plus.
Additionally, perhaps it's time to make more robust the GUI for attached movie and tv show files. (Maybe this is in the new firmware which just came out in beta).
Ya... I think I'd be interested as well if they come up with a DVR app. Then see if I find a way to run the signal out of my HD cable box to the Boxee (??). I've noticed that there are things worthwhile watching during the day when I'm not around that I would like to watch in the evening.