I am one of the few that opted for the Google Chromecast over the Apple TV, as it provides the easiest experience for me to play Netflix on any of my TV's with my current array of iOS devices. Additionally, there is no extra boxes around my TBV;s. However, there is an issue that I am not sure if it is Chrome's or Netflix's issue. When playing movies off of my Mac OS 10.9 with Chrome 30.0.1599... I am unable to find any of the control buttons. After interacting with the window, Voice Over states that it is an empty window. I know there should be the basic array of control buttons, and the most important Chromecast button. I can cast the tab through the toolbar, but this only includes the video aspect of the window and not the audio. Anyone have a guess as to the main culprit? I am guessing Netflix as they still have other accessibility items we work around. Otherwise, as I have not seen any other comments on Chromecast on this site, it is a nice little device. I was able to set it up without sighted assistance, from my Mac and iPhone. It is very limited at this point, but half the reason I picked it up is to play with some Droid devices in the near future.