I am looking for help on determining what I need to stream my own digital content (movies) from my my main PC thru my network to other TV's located throughout the house. I currently have (3) TV's connected via DirecTV receivers that I am interested in streaming my own digital content to or through. I have almost 1,000 DVD movies that take up tons of shelf space and would like to explore alternatives, some of these are in digital format already (iTunes). I have and X-Box 360 set-up as an extender in my family room on which I can view Netflix and/or Amazon prime streamed movies and TV shows, I have a Wii upstairs that allows me to stream Netflix and I also have DirecTV receivers on these TV's and in my daughters bedroom (all HDTV receivers). I have WD live on my home network and media sharing on the DirecTV receivers, as well as Windows Media Center connected thru my Xbox 360. As of now, I have not found a simple way of streaming my digital movies through any of this. I am able to watch them via iTunes on my shared library's via laptops and thru iPad and iPad Mini, but not on my actual Televisions. I am assuming I need some type of media player device(s) for these televisions in order to accept the iTunes file format and to make it accessible to all of the other devices. Question(s): 1) Do I need a media player device for each TV? 2) Is there a much simpler way of doing what I am trying to do? 3) Why won't Windows Media Center play my existing files - is it file format? 4) Why won't DirecTV media share play my existing files - is it file format? Note that my family room TV is a Mitsubishi WD 6538 DLP "smart tv" and DirecTV HD receiver Upstairs TV is a dumb Magnavox 55" Plasma tv with a smart Samsung BluRay Player connected and DirecTV HD My daughter has a 42" Samsung smart tv and DirecTV HD I'm sure you will probably need a lot more info - is there a simple way to list my current set-up configuration on the forum in my profile? I assume that is what lists are for??