I'd like to be able to stream or listen and view content from my own selected internet sources like GrooveShark and YouTube and have both the sound and HD content if available display on my big screen TV and play through my HT surround sound. I don't mind paying for a subscription that works internationally where I can get my content/saved playlists or movies in whatever country I happen to be in. I don't live in the USA so I don't have access to the pre-determined content subscription based services like Pandora, Rhapsody, Napster that come on my hard wired network enabled Denon AVR-3311CI. I can't seem to get the Airplay working on my AVR either as I'm not really into Apple products and only have an iPod Touch for travel and I don't want to be tied down to the pre-determined content that comes on AppleTV. My PC is a HP TouchSmart system (all-in-one kind) and I doubt if I can find special cards for a TV tuner/graphics and expensive sound card to fit inside it and then run whatever cables for connections are needed between the two devices over that 100' span as the PC is located in my den on the other side of the house from my HT setup. My Xbox360 media extender only gives me whatever Microsoft want me to see and I can't seem to get to a browser to choose my own content. I even tried their MBC thing but that was not very user friendly. Are there any other devices like Roku, Boxee box or anything else that will give me a browser window and let me choose my own internet content and surf the net using my TV and HT surround system? Geez, I remember back in the 90's my parents had WebTV so there must be some kind of upgrades for this functionality by now?