I am now (temporarily) a second HDR-FOX owner while I configure it for use elsewhere (in a non-technical environment). Not started up yet. Currently available from Maplin for £240 (less £7 voucher if you have one). As it will sit alongside my existing HDR for shake-down, first I need to label the two handsets so I can tell them apart and then change the remote control channel for HDR1 before firing up HDR2. Development plan: Start HDR2 and run through it's installation procedure Manually flash it to 1.02.20+CF2.11 Install disable-ota, disable-dso, flatten, and auto-unprotect (for convenience later) Manual retune to Mendip Add EPG refresh / OTA defeat reminder wake-up (belt & braces) Can anybody think of anything else? In its intended destination there will be no Internet or home network, so I will need alternative arrangements for WebIF access (though not very often hopefully). I could take my notebook and use a direct Cat5 connection, but I have hopes to avoid that by using a WiFi dongle and setting up a temporary hot-spot using my MiFi, then be able to access the WebIF by iPad (portability). It remains to be seen whether I can get HDR2 to log on to the MiFi hot-spot. Is there any possibility of programming the WiFi node to act as a master station? That would eliminate the need for the MiFi.