Firstly apologies if this is off topic and in the wrong forum. We purchased a 64gb blackberry playbook from pcworld - a bargain as the ipad is always in use and another is just too expensive. Ok I've been playing with both devices for a while and the long and short is neither ipad 2 or playbook can do hd recordings but sd is possible on both WITHOUT jailbreak. For ipad, buy aceplayer, it is great and has dlna streaming playback and will do. Ts, the usual issues of fast forwarding remain but you can swipescreen to skip 10 - 20 seconds. Aceplayer can also download the streams to play on the go and theres a free version with ads. I've used on ipad 2 and ipod 4th gen. If your jailbroken XBMC will play them too but no download so for us aceplayer wins. Now back to the playbook, this gets more detailed as there is currently no dlna playback on the device. Short answer, buy the recently released kalem soft media player, it plays sd. Ts files back great you have to transfer files to the playbook via a pc Usb cable or wifi sharing (playbook presents its self on your lan as a pc share) this is needed because every file manager or downloading via webif from the playbook truncated the file at 2gb but there is no such problem if you initiate the transfer from the pc. Or download qmplqyer for free which will play through file if you rename the. Ts file to. Avi as. Ts doesn't show to play. If you want to rename the file on the playbook use another free application airbrowser. I have tried many things and if your file is under 2gb you can download via the website browser, the native player or others than kalemsoft won't play ts, you can convert on pc for free its just a case of transcoding the audio to have just one stream but I like to avoid the pc. If I can get over the 2gb download limit ill be posting how or what I did and how to transfer files. I was wondering if there's any samba file browser on the humax where I could get the humax to push the file to the playbook, I appreciate this means they must be decrypted first.