Miro seems to be basically a RSS-client+Torrent Client+Broswer and a rudimentary player bundled into one. But wait, I use Google Reader, my browser plays videos, can download. I need a separate torrent client for non-video/music files anyway. And Video Search ? Google started searching video a long time ago. So why should Miro be an extra app running and not just a website that publishes video?
First, I don't want to download everything I see. And that which I want , can be done with an easy Download link.
I can see why an iTunes for Music is useful, but an iTunes for Video is just untenable with the sizes of video files (for download and storage).
As I have felt before about version 1.0 , Miro 2.0 seems entirely pointless: Nothing new - what you've been doing all along anyway, just in a new interface with more RAM sacrificed.
Maybe I am just not their target audience.