Been sitting on a review that came to my attention a while ago. Wanted to share. 1) Allows both streaming and transfers (where permissions allow both). See first picture. 2) Allows streaming of copy/CCI-protected videos. 3) Allows streaming of videos that are still recording. See second picture. 4) Streaming of the remote video is so fluid that it's indistinguishable from local video playback. Trick play commands (8-sec rewind, 30SS, skip to tick, FF, etc.) all work seamlessly. 5) Noticed some quirks with the "Watch from paused point" (the selection would jump to "Play from beginning" and then do just that). But this may have been the test configuration rather than a true bug in MRS. 6) Noticed some artefacts (pixelation) in the video that are not present if you transfer the recording. If these to out to be persistent, then this might be the reason MRS hasn't been fully released yet. 7) Bandwidth requirements for MRS slightly above the video bit-rate. 100Mbit and 802.11n networks should not have any problems. 802.11g networks may experience playback shuddering of HD videos.