I hope this isn't too off-topic for this forum... I am trying to decide between a Roku box and a Wii for the family (PS3 is too expensive, plus already have a Panasonic bd-60). Currently leaning toward the Wii, but I'm wondering what functionality a Roku might have that a Wii does not. I know both devices will stream Netflix (we are subscribers). But what about audio/video quality? Honestly, I don't have huge quality expectations for streaming media anytime soon, but if there is a glaring advantage the Roku has over the Wii in this area... Since the Wii only does component video, I know an HD picture is out of the question. But is that really a big deal when viewing the usual grainy, streamed in content? I also noticed the Wii has an "internet channel", so I should be able to access youtube, hulu+, Pandora, & whatever else Roku is set up for. I am assuming the Wii browser will allow "full screen" mode on youtube, etc... or am I wrong there? So based on research thus far, my tentative conclusion is Roku has advantages in terms of video/audio quality (potentially), but not much else. Please feel free blow holes in my conclusion because I am not the least bit biased right now. In fact, the Roku is very compact, $100 cheaper, & has better connectivity. But my family (not necessarily me) likes the Wii. Thanks y'all!