The claims about video seem the most ridiculous. The kinds of changes to the picture cited would require this device to somehow change the firmware inside the TV that maps the digital HDMI signal to the image that gets displayed. I'm sure everyone has seen what actual bit errors look like on a HDTV (bad HDMI cable ,etc)... and they certainly don't have anything to do with "more vibrant colors" or any other such nonsense.What about it's benefits on Video?
I mean - is there some insane theory that "noise" could transfer from the ethernet link through the streaming device/PC and then through the HDMI cable in such a way that it modified the color balance, etc on the TV? That's completely absurd and seems like it would only be possible (even theoretically) if you had a terrible designed/broken panel (and even then it seems implausible).