I just discovered a fatal flaw in the Media Remote application from Sony - it does not work if your TV is configured for a wired network connection. I have a Bravia XBR-65HX929. When it is configured to use the internal WiFi then Sony's Media Remote works fine, but when the TV is configured to use the wired network connection Media Remote cannot discover or connect to the TV. OK folks, this is not rocket science, such a design restriction can only be explained because the people designing the application just don't know how computer networks work. Even though the TV is connected via a wired connection, it is still on the same subnet as the rest of the devices, including the WiFi devices. Restricting access to only devices on the same WiFi is simply monumental stupidity. Why can't Sony hire any people who actually know something about networks and how they work? For decades Sony has been designing and creating some of the best consumer electronics products ever, but when it comes to computers, software, networks, etc. they simply seem to hire the most incompetent morons on the planet. Does anyone remember the Root-Kit Fiasco? It is no wonder Apple kicked Sony's butt with the iPod and iPhone - because Apple actually hires people with Computing Science degrees whereas Sony only seems to be able to hire hackers. The reason I have a Sony Tablet S is generally because it was free with the purchase of the rest of my home entertainment equipment.