I have a new finding today after a few hours of Soundbridging:
During normal continuous play, I maintain 1359 does not skip tracks. 1372 would spontaneously skip songs without any remote activity. 1359 does not do this.
Today, however, I noticed a diferent "skipping" behavior with 1359, which has interesting characteristics:
1) 1359 occasionally skips a song when the user selects a new song. Assume I have a playlist of 10 items, and item 1 is playing normally. If I press the right double arrow (FF), intending to play track 2, occasionally the soundbridge will play the first 0.5 - 2 secs. of track 2, and then skip to track 3. Also, If I scroll down to track 7, and press play, the soundbridge will occasionally start playing 7 and then immediately skip to track 8.
2) This can occur with both WMA Lossless (transcoded) and MP3's (which should not be transcoded.
3) At one point today, this was occurring on 30-40% of manual song selections. It's not always this frequent, though. (This was happening at this rate, with both MP3's and WMA's)
4) This is very interesting. If I watch the display very closely when I change the song, I will see two slightly different behaviors which predict whether the song will be skipped. (Assume Track 2 is playing normally)
4A) When I press FF, I see "Track 2 - Buffering... (0%, 9%, 40%, 90%)" Buffering is shown overall for maybe a second or two. In this case, the song plays normally.
4B) When I press FF, I see "Track 2 - Buffering..." Only for an INSTANT. It changes VERY quickly to "Track 2 - Artist" and the song starts to play. The song plays for a very brief period (0.5 - 2 secs), and then I see "Track 3 - Artist", and Track 3 starts to play WITHOUT A GAP... There is no buffering stage... So it's almost like Firefly is treating track 2 like it's only 1 or 2 seconds long.
As before, you can retry Track 2, and it plays fine, so it's not the track...
As mentioned previously, the Server isn't doing anything else, really, and everything is wired... (Soundbridge to Router, and Router to Server.)
I hope this additional information is helpful.