Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone has some spare wisdom they can share in building a dlna streaming player with a spare pc. Long story short, my Amazon fire player is getting a little old and laggy and I just bought an asrock a300 for fun. Was going to throw a 2200g or 2400g in it and decided to try using it as a media player. The only thing we use our fire play for is streaming services such as Hulu, Netflix, Amazon and funimation. I do use 5.1 sound and do have a Dolby atmos reciever with atmos speakers but haven't enabled it other than a few test with a ps4 I believe. Before I do some dumb shit and spend and spend, was hoping that one of you could answer these questions for me. - should I even bother? Rokus and shields are kinda cheap and they work well. Is using a pc for the same thing even worth the bother? - any remote that you recommend? - what's the status of atmos now? Last I check it doesn't seem to work on anything but a shield. Windows 10 has the option but when I tried it on my demon reciever last year, it was a complete no go. - what software do you recommend to use for a media device? - any purchase recommendations? -get a local 2200g $60 cash or grab a 2400g? Thanks ahead of time all. I have a whole month of free time coming up between work gigs so I wanted a fun summer project. I really appreciate the time and any responses. If anyone hasn't had the chance to check out the Asrock A300, I suggest checking them out. I got a used one from Newegg for like $125 shipped. Could be a fun summer project for some of you H peeps.