Thought I'd weigh in on my experience with the Revue after a solid 2 hours playing with it, I'll go a bit more in depth later on this week. Sorry, no pics, but I'll take some later on.
Setup was quick and painless, took all of 15 minutes to complete, including time spent waiting for the update to download. One snag I encountered was right after the update downloaded, it rebooted and hung at the Logitech "Enjoy" screen. I let it sit there for about 5 minutes(which I factored into my "15 minute" setup time)before reaching behind the Revue and holding the reset button until it rebooted again. It then installed the update and everything proceeded just fine. One stage in the setup asks you for your TV's brand and model number. I told it it was a Samsung, then it asked for my model number, giving a model number as an example. Turns out the example was indeed my model number. I'm not sure if it was able to pull the model from the tv automatically or if it was an incredible coincidence(my tv is about 2 years old), but it was a nice surprise. I had no set top box or avr to program in so I skipped those and moved on.
Once setup was complete, I had to try and find a way to get a tv signal through it. I don't have Dish network or digital cable, so I couldn't connect the Revue directly to the cable line, since HDMI is required. I have a 360 and a computer with Windows 7 and a tuner card, so I decided to use my 360 as my tv. I went to the tv setup and said "no" when asked if I had a box to use. I can't remember the exact wording on the other option it gave me, but I had an option to choose a different source. It asked for the make and model, and I just gave my 360 information. It then moved to a test box asking if I could see the tv signal in it, which I could so all was well there. It then moved on to trying to learn my 360's media remote. I held the remote and pointed it directly at the Revue and pressed the keys it asked me to. It only took two buttons for the Revue to figure out what controller I had and to download the appropriate configuration for it.
So I now had the Revue set up and a television running through it via my 360. The media center wasn't as responsive as I would have liked, sometimes I'd have to hit a button a couple of times to get the desired effect, and it's often a bit laggy. Not sure if that's the revue or the 360's limitation. I do know that anything else I did with the keyboard outside of tv was fairly responsive, so I'm putting that to the fact that the commands have to pass through 3 machines before anything happens(Revue, 360 then my pc).
Moving on to the apps, I first went to Netflix. Gotta say, this was a letdown. I got my instant watch list, but had no way to browse for anything new. Compared to my 360, this seems fairly archaic. Buuuut, this is first gen, I'd imagine an update should be around that will solve that.
Next was Pandora. Not much to say here, it works just fine. I can leave the Pandora app and keep the music playing as I moved on to other apps.
Twitter was pretty bare bones, but functional. Any time an image was included with a tweet, it showed a preview on the right. Links worked just fine to web sites and videos as well. Last few posts I made last night were from the Revue. Hopefully Tweetdeck gets a Revue app soon.
The Revue has a section called the "Queue", which you can use to add podcast feeds, rss and schedule tv shows. I didn't get into the tv aspect of it last night(I will tonight), but I set up a few podcasts. Watched Diggnation on the Revue and half of the Ben Heck Show, no complaints. The podcasts list all available episodes available, and I can choose which one I want to watch at any time. I just scratched the surface of this aspect of it, I think its capable of much more when I have time to play some.
One thing to note is there doesn't appear to be a way to turn it off. You can turn off your tv, avr and stb with the keyboard, but there is no power switch for the Revue itself. I did a search online and see that this is just how it works. Seems to be a bit of a power suck, unless it has a low power mode in times of no activity.
That's about all I managed to get through last night, but so far I'm pretty happy with it. I still need to figure out if I can program a button on the keyboard to act as the media center button for my 360, automatically going to media center, and if there's a way to start live tv right away from media center. I'll also try the Logitech remote app on the Nexus tonight, for some reason I couldn't get it installed last night. I'll keep updating here when I find anything new and interesting. I think instead of a separate review thread, I may just keep a week long commentary here with a wrap-up post.