Hello, I recently moved into my new place and along with the move, I purchased some new goodies. These include: Pioneer's VSX-1121-K receiver Samsung's UN55D6900 television Apple's 32gb (non 3G) Ipad2 (I believe this is DLNA certified, but not 100% sure. Haven't dived into it enough yet), and Acer's Aspire 5750-6661 laptop Each one of these items is apparently DLNA certified, yet for the life of me, I cannot figure out how to connect them to one another! My wireless network is currently up and running, with each device connecting to the network without issue. But how do I go on from here? I tried downloading Samsung's AllShare program on to my new laptop, which for some reason keeps crashing everytime I try opening it (or shortly there after opening). I was able to open the program once, and keep it running without crashing, in about 20 to 30 tries. I keep getting the same "Samsung's AllShare Player Has Stopped Working" message. WHY!? I am running Windows 7 and all of the laptop's spec's meet/exceed Samsung's minimum requirements. Is there a better program to use? Where can I safely download it from? Next, the one time I was able to run AllShare on my laptop, my TV would not connect to it. I tried opening the AllShare app on the smart tv, and all it ever says is "there is no device connected". Um, connected to what? The laptop would not pick up the TV on the AllShare program either, or my receiver for that matter. The TV would not pick up my receiver or laptop... How do I go about getting this stuff to work? I predominantly just want to be able to stream music from one to another without such massive headaches. Ideally, I would like to rip my CD's on to my laptop, use iCloud to get them on to my Ipad, and then stream them from my Ipad through my receiver via DLNA methods. The same would more or less apply to vids/pics, although I'm not overly concerned with those at the moment. How would I do this? Is there a better method of doing this? Can anyone pleeeeease help me out? Many thanks in advance!!