I couldn't find a way to search the forums so big apologies if this is already covered.
I just unboxed my VGF-CP1 digital photo frame, but sadly the SHOUTcast feature is broken. Being the geek I am I spent a few minutes debugging why. It turns out that SHOUTcast now put an xml tag at the start of their dynamic config files which you can see if you view source (or wget): http://www.shoutcast.com/sbin/newxml.phtml
The first line (the <?xml... one) kills the shoutcast playing feature on the CP1 and I'm guessing it thinks the file is of bad format (but it's not). To test this I configured my local HTTP proxy server to filter out that line and bingo, my CP's1 shoutcast playing feature sprang to life.
How does one get this to the attention of the developers so a new firmware can be released? The live streaming of shoutcast is a selling point of the CP1 and is one of the reasons I bought it. I am geeky enough to have a content mangling http proxy on my home network that can "fix" the shoutcast data such that my CP1 works, but I doubt Joe Public could do that...
Other than that it's an awesome bit of kit (perhaps a bit slow initialising picasaweb albums, threading the http gets for every album would help), and I am really loving that it includes the Opera browser, going to have to buy a few for christmas presents.