Hi all, Apologies for this being another "Which media player?" thread, but if anyone has any advice or suitable recommendations, I'd really appreciate it. I currently run RaspBMC on a Raspberry Pi as my media centre, which is connected to a 3.5" SATA Drive (via USB Caddie) that holds all my movies & TV shows. Unfortunately, the performance of the RPi is just slow/unstable enough to become frustrating. So I'd like to purchase something that is more capable of being an everyday media centre - reliable and solid. I'd also like to consolidate my 3.5" SATA drive, so would like a new device that allows for it to be installed internally, saving space and power. My current media player requirements are as follows... REQUIRED: 1080p playback via HDMI Decent video file format support/compatibility Dolby Digital & DTS passthough (for my amplifier) Internal 3.5" HDD Bay "Nice" Media Library user interface with Movie/TV scraping support (e.g. like XBMC - with cover art, description, IMDB rating, runtime, etc.) WOULD LIKES: NAS Capability (basic sharing of internal HDD would be fine) BitTorrent Client YouTube HD Player/App I've identified the following products as potential candidates... Lenovo Beacon (yet to be release) PROS: Includes XBMC (native, not Android?) which I'm already using and a fan of Seems to meet all my requirements and would-likes Bonus that it's pitched as a NAS/Media Center (so long as it functions well!) CONS: Not yet available, tested or reviewed Popcorn Hour A-410/A-400 PROS: Seems to meet (if not exceed) all my requirements and would-likes Popcorn Hour an established brand, though seem to have lost favour in recent years? CONS: Expensive New product with some teething issues? Dune HD Smart D1 PROS: Dune seem to get the consensus of most media player enthusiasts CONS: Expensive No native "Media Library" (covers/info/scraping) support? Discontinued product (no future firmware support?) Mede8er MED1000X3D PROS: Well-priced CONS: Looks like a bloody UFO!!! I'm aware that there are a myriad of Android media players, some with support for a 3.5" drive, but (from what I hear), XBMC on Android still has issues, so have discounted it for now. As I say, any advice/suggestions would be much appreciated. It could we be that the media player I want simply doesn't exist yet, which is fine. Many thanks!