Currently, there are a few good ways to stream your high-def content to your HDTV and D-Link's DSM-520 is an oldie but a goodie. This guy was introduced into the market about a year ago and at that time, CNET gave it a great review. The product has since been introduced into the Canadian market and this spurred another set of reviews. If you are looking to stream high-def content to your HDTV, take a look at this product. It does a great job at streaming your media files over a wired or wireless network. The only hiccup some people might run into is that it won't play all of your favorite media files, but will play MPEG 1, MPEG 2, MPEG 4, XviD, AVI, and WMV9. The guy also has HDMI and component outputs. Not to bad for a $250 product.
How do you stream your high-def content to your HDTV?