Harmonium Music Player is an HME application that streams music from your PC to your TiVo, and is now beginning an open beta testing period. Get more information at http://software.dazeend.org There are other music streaming HME apps out there, so what makes Harmonium special? Harmonium uses information from ID3 tags in your MP3 files to automatically sort your music collection. (Harmonium honors the Album Artist tag when it is found, so albums that contain songs by different artists or combinations of artists are grouped together.) Harmonium supports high-definition televisions and displays album art in large format high-definition when possible. Harmonium has integrated playlist support. Native playlists can be created and edited on-screen. M3U playlists are also supported. Harmonium is easy to use. Installation is as simple as unzipping a file, editing a few lines of text, and starting the application. Using Harmonium is easy too. Harmonium uses TiVo usage conventions when possible to make its interface familiar to anyone who's used a TiVo. Harmonium is cross-platform. There are distributions prepared that install Harmonium so that it starts on Windows and Linux on reboots. There's also a distribution that should run on any operating system that has Java installed (including Mac OS X). Harmonium is free. Licensed under the GNU AGPL, Harmonium has no cost to use and its source code is available to modify and distribute. Learn more about Harmonium at it's project web page http://software.dazeend.org. Download the software, try it out, and let me know what you think. One word of warning though: this is still beta software and there may be a few kinks to work out. That being said, I and some of my friends use it at home every day. Enjoy!