I just purchased an LG BD-590 BluRay Player with built-in Wifi, and a 250GB HDD - since the selling point was that it would run with Napster, unlike my Sony which does not. First of all the Wifi is so insensitive to access points (it only sees one or two of them, and sometimes NONE at all), while my HP computer sees around 8 of them. LG tells me that the player is only supported within 30ft. of the W/L router (terrible design -- as I don't want to buy a new smaller house to support my BD player). My Sony sees around 8-10 access points and it's on the other end of the house (farthest from router). When the LG BD-590 does hookup to internet, it only will work with Pandora and rebuffers all the time with Napster (not useful) -- although Napster runs excellent on my computer which is wireless also, and never rebuffers with Napster! Also, this player gives you a pop up menu telling you that Network Congestion is occuring, and boots you back to the main menu. Besides that being BAD Enough, the HDD of which I have about five folders with .mp3's in them, sometimes Locks up on a folder when I try to open it up, and I have to Power Off the BD Player and hard reboot it. LG's Wifi engineering, and the software I find very BUGGY, and they at LG are of little help... Anyone else experiencing this with LG BD players? I am ready to trash it, and buy something that works better -- any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.