Just about fell off my chair when I read Roku's press release for its three new video players (see http://www.roku.com/Libraries/Press_Rel ... nload=true). Are the new generation of Roku video players really accessing the RadioTime database for audio content? For those not familiar, the RadioTime database (see http://www.radiotime.com) is a very extensive worldwide radio station streaming directory that is used as the supporting station directory for a number of internet radios (including Sonos and Squeezebox - see http://inside.radiotime.com/about) and the Wunderradio streaming audio program (or "app") that has become popular for Android, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows Mobile smartphones (see http://www.wunderradio.com). I've used the RadioTime database as a directory for some time now on my computer, and it is far more extensive and far more up to date than Radio Roku, which a handful of us are trying to update (but we can never even come close to catching up). In other words, if our Roku radios were accessing the RadioTime database instead of Radio Roku, we would enjoy a big jump ahead in the number of stations available and the accuracy of the stream urls. Wondering if Roku's agreement with RadioTime allows accessing the RadioTime database by all Roku products, including our SoundBridges, such that a firmware update could make that beneficial swap for us.