I just got my TS360 and a few quick observations. I hjave Hughes HTL but I was unhappy with the Hughes because the audio keeps clipping out, so I got D* to send me another STB, the 360.
The DVI connection doesn't work right. It won't work with any 1080/720 output. If I set the output to 480 it's fine. Using native mode, only SD programming will work, all HD programming comes up all snow. Samsung says it's a problem with the HDCP handshake. I have a Toshiba 65HDX82 which is HDCP. On the Hughes HTL the DVI works fine on that.
2nd the OTA sensitivity is inferior to the Hughes. I can get 4-6 OTA HD channels with my Hughes and only 1-2 with the Samsung without moving the antenna at all.
Also the OTA signal meter is a joke. It goes 43, 10, 0, 65, 73, 10, 45, 45, 45, 63, 10, 0, 91, etc regardless of how the antenna is pointed. It does this on all OTA HD channles. Again Samsung tech support is looking into it, but they think it's a firmware problem.
It just happens that I live pretty close to Samsung headquarters in NJ and they asked if I'd let them send a product engineer over to see the problems first hand, so I'll keep people posted.
This unit really seems to be a minor upgrade from the TS160. It has a small display (much smaller then the HTL) and output and resolution buttons on the front instead of behind and 3 variable output modes, but overall it's pretty much the same.