Originally Posted by spongebob
How does this compare to the WD? PQ, file support, speed, etc?
It doesn't hold a candle to the WD Live +. I started with the FAT+ because at the time it was the only player with Netflix. While DVD.iso playback over a network with full menu support is flawless, full bitrate BD.m2ts playback can only be done from an attached HDD (and the Seagate offers no network maintenance of an attached HDD). The FAT+/GoFlex TV have a Realtek chipset and do not have the network chops to stream BD.m2ts from a NAS -- even using DLNA. I moved from this to the Live+ and with the current firmware the Live+ is head and shoulders above for a lower price.
And the Netflix interface on the Live+ is the new v3 interface that allows searching for content and managing your instant play list from the unit without having to use a PC.