Booted the 14-Feb-2014 snapshot.
I selected "Install LinuxMCE Hybrid-Core + MD"
At "Preparing to install LinuxMCE"
"is connected to the internet" always failed no matter which ethernet cable was in eth0 or eth1.
At this point I went with motherboard=eth0, pci=eth1.
When I went with motherboard=eth0 and pci=eth1 the installation would run and eventually I'd end up at the KDE desktop which looked like a Live-DVD install.
If I rebooted the PC at this point I would receive a flashing cursor - end of story.
If I selected Install LinuxMCE the system would re-attempt to install Kubuntu 12.04 and eventually crash.
When I swapped eth0 and eth1 (motherboard=eth1 and pci=eth0) the system loaded. did it's thing and eventually I received the armchair penguin.
Somewhere along the route my screen was distorted but a power off/on (of the monitor) resolved it.
Once everything calmed down and I managed to get the GNU GRUB menu I selected Ubuntu with Linux.
Again I got into a loop. When I was again/and/again presented with the GNU GRUB menu I swapped my ethernet cables back to motherboard=eth0 and pci=eth1.
This time I got past the Waiting for network configuration to Waiting up to 60 seconds for network configuration to Booting the system without a full network configuration.
Eventually the AVWizard ran.
p.s. don't forget to go into webadmin and swap your network interfaces around if they're messed up when you check with ifconfig.