Alright guys with a little tinkering around I have found out that Wii Users can finally watch Hulu.com Videos on their Wii without Modifying anything. 1. Go to Tversity.com and download the Latest Version of Tversity (Make Sure you Grab the PRO Version) or just click HERE to d/l 2. Install Tversity and all the Wizards to your PC making sure to keep all the settings default. 3. While installing Tversity it will Ask you for your Hulu Username enter that information. 4. Your HULU Queue will be available as a Menu Item in the Tversity Menu. 5. Start up your Wii and go to the Internet Channel and enter your Local Address more than likely : 192.168.1.1 (If you are unsure of what your router's local address is you can find it out by starting the Command Prompt and typing: NETSTAT -N a bunch of text will scroll just look at the IP addresses they should all be the same an look like 192.168.1.1.) Write this number down you are going to need it in a second. 6. In your Wii's Internet Channel enter this URL: http://192.168.1.1:41952/flashlib (It is extremely important that you include the http:// and the :41952/flashlib when putting in the URL! And of course, if your IP address was something other than 192.168.1.1 you need to make sure that is correct as well.) 7. You Should Now See the Tversity Menu and there in the options should be an item that says "Hulu Queue (username)" just click that and it will display the Videos in your HULU queue. Click a Video to watch... it's that simple. 8. Keep in mind that Hulu.com does not work (yet) but if you want to watch anything just add it to your Hulu Queue and refresh your Tversity Media and it will be available on your Wii. Enjoy Hulu on Wii Guys!! This Also Works with Joost, ABC.com, CBS.com, NBC.com, BBC iPlayer and a whole bunch of websites that stream Premium Content. ________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Sound Issues: # Make Sure your Sound card and sound driver has Stereo Mix capability (or a cable connecting Line Out to Line In.) # On Vista Stereo mix must be manually enabled here's how: Step 1. Right click on the speaker icon by the clock in the lower right, and select Recording Devices. Step 2. Right click in the 'blank area' and select Show Disabled Devices. Step 3. Now you may have a lot more items in the list. Find one called What U Hear or Stereo Mix. Step 4. Right click on the one you found, and select Enable. Step 5. Next, right click on it again and select Set as Default Device. Step 7. Done! YAY! On XP it is usually not necessary. # On Vista desktops speakers or headphones must be connected (or else the device is disabled by Vista automatically and there will be no audio). # On all operating systems you will need to mute the audio on the machine running TVersity while playing premium web content since the audio will also play on the computer. On some sound cards you may need to mute the external speakers or connect headphones since muting the audio on the computer will also mute the audio on TV.