#1
When I grab content, I'm needing to check PLEX for 2 things:
1. Does this title exist?
2. What's the quality?

Once you've selected a title from your favorite indexer, within NZB 360 'sexy movie layout' page, 2 links at the top left of page.
1. Details 2.IMDB 3. Plex(?)
The Plex page would display the content (if available ) as it would in the plex app.

Thoughts or suggestions?

This would certainly help me when updating my media library with higher res content and avoid duplications on the ones I can't remember.

Thanks in advance for your consideration!
#2
Why not use Radarr to manage downloading your content for you, which would make it easy to track titles you have + their quality?
#3
I was holding off on installing Radarr as its still in beta, but can certainly give it a try.
Regarding Plex.
These use-cases are fairly common (does the title exist/title quality). With Plex having ~5M users, this integration would have a wider appeal.
Displaying elements from 'get info' within the Plex app would be all that's needed.
#4
Radarr will be in beta for many months, if not years, to come.

As long as you're on the master channel, you shouldn't have any issues.

I run the nighties channel and that's pretty stable itself.