Absolutely. I went through two different Echoes during the beta testing phase and couldn't get either of them to work reliably well on my network. I was hoping that somehow the Android update would make things better until I found out about the issues getting units updated in the field. It wasn't that they couldn't put Android on the Echo and have it work but rather that it had to be flashed at the factory instead of being able to deploy a firmware/software update so customers could update them at home. You would have thought that they'd test the updating process more extensively before announcing the Echo would have it. At the very least they could have offered an upgrade program whereby you could send your Echo back to Ceton and trade it in for an Android version or have them upgrade yours, assuming that's even possible. I'm surprised they didn't at least offer the Android version as another option. Drop the price of the original Echo and offer the Android Echo at the original price. I had been looking forward to the Echo working with better codec support than the existing extenders. I was severely disappointed when the Echo turned out to be just another extender with only a few minor improvements over other units. They also need to drop the price below $100 to make it attractive. OTOH, lots of beta testers raved about it so whatever results you get with it seem to be a mixed bag, sort of like WMC. You either got them to work reliably or ended up being frustrated and tearing your hair out.