Thanks for this app! I'm following these (first tivostream now this) closely as they are very interesting, albeit very "techie" still. I can handle the techie, though I'd rather not as I'm a lazy user... in fact, I have a couple of usability requests (I'm a designer-type, albeit for mobile software) * Default preview pics - start at 25+ for default (thought the bullet below may mitigate) * Preview pics location and size - I like the size, but I'd trade off some of the size (a bit smaller of a window, esp. since this'd also increase the effectiveness of a small/middle preview quality setting) for better placement. In other words, there's a reason Netflix preview images are next to the timeline and are small - so you don't have to look in 2 places at once * Would be great if, while a movie was playing, the last thumbnail preview image was displayed instead of the Please Wait image over the top of the video when play is resumed. I could see how this adds complexity, but it also helps increase the comfort-level of users because they can see approx where they're going to land... perhaps even the selected frame could be rendered for where the user was in the timeline even if it wasn't auto-generated, specifically to show where the user will land in the video * [Future] Compatibility. As a "late-comer" (albeit a rising start for sure), this app, after stability is at a place you are comfortable with, ought to focus on compatibility with the old-school apps, namely: Tivo Desktop (work alongside, if not already... I can't test), Galleon (should be an app in best case scenario), and pyTivo. * [Future] Front-end GUI - while the .ini commands are well-documented and well-suited to the tech-heavy crowd typically frequenting these forums, it's clearly not the most usable solution vs. even a simple j2me UI, nor does it encourage broader adoption * [Future] Windows installer, Mac installer - again, me = lazy user and I'd rather double-click and go read a blog than extract files, customize an .ini file and double-click on a .bat (unless I want to run as a service, then I have to click on folders first) ;-) Again, thanks for the hard work. Once someone can provide instructions on how to use this alongside/inside Galleon in Windows I plan to use it regularly, probably instead of pyTivo.