One thing I noticed is that all the information that I put in the "setup" in Roku is saved when I go back -- all that is, with the exception of the tversity ip address.
That's a bug in the current release. It's saving the address. It just doesn't display it if you go back into the settings.
I will give it a couple of days to see if it get's straightened out, but I can say this, when I use my computer to listen online, there doesn't appear to be any issue. Don't know if that makes a difference or not.
It does and doesn't. If it plays on the computer, then that means the web player is back functioning, which is good. They changed the login process (behind the scenes) for XM on the website yesterday, but it only seemed to affect a handful of users. I tested with one that was known to be affected, and didn't have any problems with the Roku channel, so I didn't think the change affected the Roku channel. Given the inconsistency with their website today, they may be rolling that change out across all users, which could explain the problems you're seeing today. I just don't want to make any official changes to the Roku channel until the web player availability becomes more consistent. Rest assured that I will get it fixed as soon as I'm confident it won't just break again the next day.