I have searched all over and cannot believe I am the only one with this problem. I built a PC to hook to my home theater for playing MP3s through the stereo. My idea was to buy a cordless airmouse and output the pc to tv and use the tv for MP3 selection. The prob I have is that the PC is running XP with a Radeon 7500 with tv out, and the lowest RES that tv out will go is 800x600. Trying to view WMP on the tv and select songs is nearly impossible becuase it is so blurry on the screen. Is there ANY type of Windows jukebox software out there that has a BIG graphical front end so that you can read the files and directories or playlists on a tv screen? The linux world has some (check this one out: http://freevo.sourceforge.net/screenshots.html) but I can't find anything for Windows. I may just have to blow away XP and Install Gentoo or Mandrake Linux.