OK, even though the player is gone I will answer the questions.
No DLNA, NO streaming, NO apps (not important to me, have a media server for that)
Built in Wireless N for BD live content, USB only recognizes FAT32 formatted drive but plays MP3, WMA, and AAC music files, JPG photos, and MKV and AVI files on the local drive. Not very usesful for movie playback because of the limitations of FAT32. Have not tried other formats. (not important to me, have a media server for that)
Analog audio outputs (very important to me!)
BD quality is excellent, remote is not that bad, have used MUCH worse in much more expensive equipment.
DVD upconvert decent quality, especially considering the price.
All in all I would have to say a good value for the money if the analog outputs was of prime importance as it is in my case.
It's a shame that a bad review because it did not fit someone's needs caused it to disappear.