I agree. Based on their volume pricing needs to be very high and they are looking to justify the pricing. I just don't see them winning the streaming market. However I can see them riding the extender market if they can put out a winner. To produce this winner they need to focus on such and give up on what will slow them down and give people reasons not to purchase the device (half baked streaming). I'll purchase two extenders at $99... $129 (or higher?) if they really work... right now I'll purchase zero as I see them trying to slay the streaming market with little hope for them coming out alive.
Most of their potential market never comes to AVSForum... rather someone sees the device and says hey I can view TV recordings around my house. I'll give it a try. The AVSers (myself included) can't really make a success... especially in this market which is a niche of a niche.
I keep repeating myself... so I'll sit back and hope for good things as it begins shipping.