>Those first three come from the Boxee service, which basically just rounds up a bunch of films,
> TV programmes and other content from around the web and then drops you into a web
>browser in order to view them
Unless they've seriously nobbled this box compared to the D-Link, that's only part of what it does. You can set up file sources to your network or local storage and it will scan them and drag down poster art and film/series/episode details and present it in a list that sorts the episodes into seasons by series. For the most part it/'s automatic if you name the files right, but you have to help it to work out what's what sometimes.
> with no sign of the BBC iPlayer
There should be an iPlayer app. It's not brilliant, but it just about works...
I'm not a fan of the cube-that-sank-into-the-table design of the D-Link so this is tempting, but it's too expensive for now.
Any idea what the processor is? The D-Link has an Atom CE-4100 that does pretty well for what it is.