Remote desktop is not a very good application for client/server audio. Pocket PC Software such as a remoteamp or a TCP broadcast client are much better at this task.
AIVMS includes TCP broadcast streaming server capabilty, allowing you to play your mp3 collection over your vehicle network as a stream, which any decent client such as Winamp or windows media play can access. You could have ten people with laptops or pocket pc's in or around your car, all listening to the audio broadcast from a single VN1 server. Of course you do not have to be right next to your car to access the stream, WiFi has an outdoor transmit distance of over 1000 ft, heck I use a little WiFi equipped iPaq and can listen to the broadcast from the VN1 in my car from within a shopping mall or grocery store (I hate grocery stores and the stupid music they subject you to).
The DJ mode of our artificial intelligence was specifically designed around this TCP audio broadcast capabilty. It combines entertainment with important information in a format that has worked for several generations. Instead of having to look at a small screen to obtain information such as traffic incidents or weather while you are driving, the information is simply announced within the broadcast by the AIVMS DJ. Here is an example where the AI announces the time and introduces the next song from an mp3 collection: she could have just as easily included her custom traffic incident, news, or weather reports. The AI automatically obtains its information for these reports from the internet when it senses an active internet connection. The song intros can be user defined, or you can just allow the AI to obtain information about the artist for its song intros from the internet.
Then there is the feature that allows anyone to call into your mobile broadcast from anywhere in the world (for free) to make announcements or song requests, but Im sure you get the idea. :)