Has anyone an answer, or explanation for the following problem with HDMI connection? New owner of HDR FOX T2 (1GB), previously of a 9200T, which did excellent service for many years. Bought this new PVR to record now-available HD channels as well as regular SD TV and view them on a Samsung D8000 series TV. Generally quite pleased with improved interface and facilities etc. except for a niggling problem: Connected the PVR to TV via HDMI cable as recommended, with RF pass-through to TV. However, the HDMI connection is not as perfect as it should be, either on HD or SD. The symptom that niggles is a perceptible 'frame skip' almost every time the broadcast or recorded video switches to a new scene (like a very brief hiccup) and a second or so into it. If the scene contains a moving image (e.g car or plane passes across the scene), it will halt just for a micro-second, then continue. Any camera pan, tilt or zoom also displays this very brief twitch in the video. Also, more rarely, cutting from one video 'clip' to another produces a brief semi-scrambling between video frames, like a momentary loss of synchronisation of the interlaced video. Watching the same channels on the TV via the pass-through co-ax cable is frame perfect (as far as my eyes can perceive) in all situations. The broadcast signal strength and quality are 65-85% and 100% respectively (the lower signal figure is for the weaker multiplexes, but the problem occurs on all of them). Have switched to different video formats via the V-Format button and this results in only a very slight reduction in the occurrence of this problem on 1080i. Tried a "better quality" HDMI cable (I know, I know!), which did make the colour saturation marginally better but had no effect on the twitch. Am I right in suspecting that there could be a problem with video synchronisation on the Humax HD box using HDMI? Can it be corrected, or even just mitigated? Does anyone else have this problem, or am I the only one? SWMBO insists that it isn't a problem, but I find that, more and more, I am watching for it. Would be most grateful for any advice. Thanks.