Its definately a quick and dirty fix.
I'm away from home now for a few days, so might be a while before i can upload speeds.
I did have an issue watching a HD film actually using this setup where the video woudl stop playing after a while. Didnt have time to figure out where the problem was though, it coudl be a number of things in the setup i'm using as i've only just got
it up and running. I'm using a nettop, the video processing is done via on hardware, there is a chance this was the issue.
I've watched plently of SD stuff so far without any hiccups.
I'm on Gb lan.
I'm not sure how much it costs either, all their products apart from the nfs server seem to be mentioned. Really though finding a free one is probably the only way forward here, as this is never going to be a permanent way forward. just a temp
shortcut. I tried using cgywin, and the nfs server that comes with that. However it could not read the liquesce drive. That option was free...
I'm using the native windows client. Its available in windows 7. You can enable it by going to "add/remove programs" then "turn windows features on/off"