Hopefully better than my DMP-BDT110
I really hope Panasonic are turning the corner here. I love their kit but I'm bitterly disappointed with my network enabled TV and Blu-Ray player.
Their file format support is poor on USB and **** poor over the network. The manuals even state that they will play some files off a USB device but not off a server. I totally agree with Citizen Kaned and I too wonder if they have caved in to the copyright lobby. On top of this, the TV can record Freeview or Freesat onto a USB HDD but it reformats it in a BSD-centric filesystem and messes the files about so no standard media player will play them. The files are also keyed to the TV that recorded them so you can't play them on your other Panasonic TV and if you have to return your TV for service, the manual warns you your recordings may not play when you get it back. IMO, Panasonic need to think long and hard about who their customers are and who is paying.
My Panasonics' file navigation is awful. They flatten the file system but leave the files in the order they were found in their folders, creating a seemingly random file order. The TV will only display a certain number of files (not many) before it refuses to show you any more. My friend's £90 WD TV is paradise by comparison. It plays every file I ever threw at it and keeps everything sorted in folders (so Debby Does Dallas shows up in the Adult Movies folder, not next to Downton Abbey when my Mum comes round)
I'm waiting to get a Raspberry Pi to run XBMC on so I can have a proper media centre. If that doesn't do it for me, I'll buy a dedicated network player. I'm at a loss to understand why I should have to as both my TV and BD have Ethernet sockets.