I use a Logitech Squeezebox which is similar to the Grace Radio. Can't say I'd recommend it though. The menus are complex and the timers seem to disappear occasionally. It's not that stable either. The network connection disappears occasionally, requiring a reboot, and it also reboots on it's own for no apparent reason. It's now sold as a UE Radio and has different software. The UE can be flashed to turn it into a Squeezebox. That has the advantage of being able to use a Logitech Server located on a LAN PC. Some settings can be configured from a browser connected to the Logitech Server or the Logitech MySqueezebox site. If that site ever goes away, the radio would lose most of it's features. That may happen since Logitech has already dropped support for some of its Squeezebox products.