Hi! I wanted to tell you that the HDR-FOX T2 is also sold in Sweden, under the name BXR-HD+ T2. However, the Swedish broadcaster has opted to force Humax to cripple the box severely. All internet/network-based functionality is gone (they claim the Ethernet port is a "service port"), as is the ability to copy recordings to an external HDD, let alone decrypt any files. On the plus side it has keyword search based timers (does the HDR-FOX T2 also have this?) and automatic series recording by way of a proprietary EPG datastream that the Swedish broadcaster puts on the air. I am a bit curious to know whether it would be possible to combine the various functions of these boxes somehow (since it is the same box, only different software) or unlock the things that Humax had to nerf or kill in order to get the seal of approval from the broadcaster. On an interesting side note, the Swedish box is, as far as I can see, the only Humax box for which source code and firmware is not available on the Humax website (nor, for that matter, on the website of their Swedish distributor), despite the GPL license. I can only assume that this is also because of some demand from the Swedish broadcaster, because it doesn't seem like Humax violates the GPL in this manner for any other country. In fact, if the HDR-FOX T2 has keyword search timers and the only thing it doesn't have is support for the proprietary "Boxer Navigator" EPG stream, I would be interested in knowing if it might be possible to run the British firmware in the BXR-HD+ to get all the functions they killed off for the Swedish market.