That list looks nice, and when I was looking at media players a year ago or so, I did similar comparisons, comparing which units supported which codecs and containers. While it looks great, these media players have gotten to the point where the list of codecs and containers listed mean nothing as they all seem to support everything. And even the older units get upgraded too. My sister has a 2010 Argosy HV335T, which uses the the RTL1073 chip, but still gets the firmware updates which adds support (e.g. for BluRay isos).
So adding the list of codecs and containers is rather fruitless - A) the manufacturer's list will always be short, and B) they are always adding codecs.
Same thing for the apps. All these new media players come standard with the usual - youtube, netflix, vudu. And just like with codecs, firmware updates add functionality (as my sister sees with her Argosy unit).
When I go shopping for a media player I look, specifically, for hardware-based features as those cant be added to removed with firmware updates...not even gigabit internet can be created from a firmware upgrade on a 100mb connection.
Perhaps the only software based features that might be worthwhile added to my table would be the high-end stuff which people on this forum ask about - DTS passthrough, BD Iso menu support, DVD iso menu support, etc.
I think I am done with the base template for the table, so I am going to start mass adding players as I get the time.http://mediaplayers.wiki-site.com/index.php/Main_Page