Hi, I have Vuze on my Macbook Air. I have been streaming a film at 1080p (2hrs, ~10GB filesize) via wireless and my TalkTalk router, then wired ethernet cable from the router to my DNLA enabled Sony BDP-S373 BluRay player. It almost works! but not quite. I.e. the picture looks great, sound fine, looks like its all fine, but it stutters every minute or so - a momentary pause and cut in sound. If it was once every 30mins I could live with it, but its too frequent. I switched off all other wifi devices in my household, and any unused apps on the MBA, and powered up the MBA on the ac adaptor. I am also on a good clean wifi channel. I think perhaps I am at the limit of what I can transmit over my wifi? Does this sound correct? Plan B is to connect my MacBook air to either the router or directly into the back of the BluRay player via Ethernet. However, I want to check that a) this is possible? Would the router potentially act as a bottleneck, can/should it go direct into the BluRay player? b) will this improve the performance and make it work seamlessly? I want to be fairly sure as I will need to invest in a Thunderbolt to Gigabit Ethernet adaptor at ~£25 I only intend to do this for films, so don't mind the inconvenience of a wired connection - unless anyone has any ideas how I can get the last 10-15% speed/reliability improvement in my wifi. I could drop to 720p quality, but where is the fun in that?! Cheers, Chipstix.