Well, I've decided to return the Roku. It wasn't what I thought it would be, which was a substitute for cable. All the so-called news channels were either podcasts, 2-3 minute clips, or episodes from a day or two before, not actual episodes (unless you have a subscription to Hulu+ or something as stated). Basically, stuff I can get on the web. Unless you are into Japanese anime and watching older TV shows, I guess Crackle would work for you, but I'm more interested in recent shows. I guess some folks will get Roku or Apple TV to stream Netflix movies, but I figure I can hook up my Macbook Pro via HDMI cable to the TV and stream from there or rent from iTunes. In the end, I've decided to invest in a $50 TV HD antenna and stick to local channels, which has been working pretty well. I did enjoy cable, but I'm trying to cut costs. Plus, my wife watched way too much Cupcake Wars and Real Housewives (no offense to anyone that likes those shows). Anyway, thanks everyone for your help and suggestions. I greatly appreciate it.