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Depends on your interest - pure gaming, particularly original Xbox games then UnleashX is your baby. It is also comparatively easy to customise and skin.

XBMC and its ilk is by far the most sophisticated dash but you can't customise it as easily. However for multi-media use it is way out ahead of any 'multi-media' features of UnleashX.

The choice solution is quite simple - install both. One as an app the other as your main dash, trial them for what you want to do with the Xbox and decide which best suits your needs.

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