I really like this, especially the built in rip/converting software and streamlined media streaming. Anyone can grab a Wesena ITX6 case, toss a slim BD-ROM drive, 2TB HDD, toss a mini-ITX board in, and call it a full HTPC/NAS box package, but the addition of custom software to simplify the media serving process really opens it up to the vast population of tech savvy and non-savvy alike that just don't want to have to deal with all of the forum hunting and custom configuring involved in figuring out a digital library that works for their needs. A battle I struggle with everytime I am consulting with a friend or family member that wants something more than a Roku or Apple TV but don't want to become a full fledged HTPC videophile just to stream their kids Disney movies without hassle.
Things they could possibly adjust:
The PRICE! $1349!?!
We both know that that price should be half to be competitive with home built versions. I know that this would be competing with premium SFF HTPC's with the benifit of no software setup, but pricing it at almost triple the price of the individual parts is a bit of a stretch.
I would argue that at the $675-$800 price range, this product would clean up.
The lack of any Ceton InfiniTV4 capable solution seems like a waste, why offer the Wesena ITX6 if not to utilize the available expansion slot?
Just my .02