Fair enough, the larger point was that there seems to be/was a lot of hiccups flying around with it and who knows if everything addressed was included in those 30 lines, or is still yet to be, period, lol.
Likewise. The bitrate limitation as well as the missing DTS support makes it unusable for main media situations, but does the job for the secondary TV's.
I have to say I'm loving Plex.
I had a good look at XBMC, and while it is clearly a powerful system, what makes Plex for me is the whole Client/Server architecture. Couple that with Plex Sync on my Tablet, and it means I always have the latest episodes of my unwatched shows transcoded and ready to go.
At the moment I'm only using it for Movies and TV. No Photos or music yet (although I am unlikely to ever use it for music since I have airplay all over the house).
I have an N54L microserver as my Server/NAS and HTPC feeding my main TV & Home theater. DTS and DD work great and sound excellent, and the Microserver easily keeps up with the largest rips.
I then have 2 mac laptops that also have the client, as well as my android tablet. All in all, a very seamless experience that works great and most importantly has 100% WAF (Wife Acceptance Factor)