I picked up a boxee for my father for christmas.
I went over to his place to install it for him.
Our first step was the set up the device to the TV which was simple, and then to connect the device to his Wireless N Router (not simple).
We did initially get the device to connect to the network, but after various patches and upgrades it no longer worked.
We had various issues getting the wireless to work including a requirement for a 8 character password for WPA, manually configuring the TCP/IP settings and various wireless encryption settings (WPA-AES, WPA2-TKIP) not working. Browsing on the net found people with similar problems.
Finally we just gave up getting the wireless to work consistently (it will connect and then disconnect for no apparent reason).
Fortunately, what my Dad wanted it for was to watch video stored on a local hard drive, so we moved the (external) hard drive to the boxee itself and that seemed to solve his issues.
I certainly hope that dlink is able to resolve the issues surrounding the failure of the device to connect.
We were quite impressed with the video quality of the output of the boxee, but the inability to connect wirelessly severely limits the usefulness of the product.