Thanks for all the info ...
I was very pleased with the unit -- for the first day. Everything worked (although I don't see this network-sharing option on my version of 2.09). Watched a couple of streamed Netflix movies, Pandora worked, and so did YouTube. Blu-Ray looked beautiful.
Then, my wireless connection issues started about a day later. I recall seeing all sorts of discussions about this earlier in the thread, so I'll start hunting for solutions there, first. I'm in the process of downloading the 2.07 version (just downloaded the .iso burning software -- thanks for the link), because right now I'm VERY frustrated with my two-day old unit. I'm going to do some reading now, but I'm probably going to end up trying to install 2.07.
One quick question: the first thing I did (out of concerns for an auto update to 2.09) was 'prohibit' BD Live. I then set up my wireless network (without BD Live enabled) and everything worked fine -- for a day. I see that this unit was shipped with 2.09 on board. Is it possible that I need to allow BD Live to check for updates, and this is the possible problem?
I'll start going back through the thread and looking for solutions in the meantime ...
EDIT: Re-set the machine, and re-set my wireless connections settings. Back to working - we'll see. I'm going to turn it off and on again throughout the day. I've got a 2.07 firmware CD ready to go, just in case. QUESTION: Has anyone successfully gone from 2.09 back to 2.07 through the CD-firmware file 'upgrade'?