Hello All, I'm new to the custom firmware, as of yesterday, so firstly thanks very much to all involved in making such a useful set of tools. Ta very much. I've got a HDR and a QNAP NAS that I use to serve all my media around my house (photos, video, music) using the build in Twonky media DLNA server. It works extremely well and I've got 2TB of storage space on there, which is more than enough for me. I'd like to back up various classic series from my HDR to my NAS on a fairly regular basis, but not everything or in a scheduled way. For example, there was recently the Blue Planet series on BBC4 and I want to transfer the lot to my NAS, as it's the kind of stuff that you'll watch again over the years, particularly with the kids. Anyway, enough rambling about my viewing preferences, on to the solutions. I've read around as much as I can on the forum, including the very useful flow chart of decrpyt options and gone for the following setup: I've installed auto-unprotect, unencrypt and samba. I then either download a single file (say a classic film I want to keep) or I set the unencrypt option on a folder and then simply use the samba facility to drag and drop it on my PC to the NAS drive. All well and good. However, this still leaves me with a couple of questions / observations: 1. In the file view of WebIf there are tick boxes to the left of the files so you can multi-select files, but there don't seem to be any operations you can carry out on the multiple selected files. I can't find the opt+ 'download' option for multiple files - is it not there or am I missing something? If it's not there, it would be very useful, then say once a week or month or whatever I could cherry pick files to download by ticking them and then download the lot in one go and go to bed. Is that available? 2. There don't appear to be any options or configurations screens for any of the packages, is this right? After installing unencrypt I was looking for some kind of configuration screen but it seems that you just go ahead and use it in the file browser with the opt+ unencrypt option. I've done this and downloaded whole folders after the green unencrypt symbol is there, but I'm not sure if there's some configuration options I'm missing somewhere. By the way I'm strictly a UI based guy; I'm too old and my kids are too demanding of my brain to get involved in the command prompt! Also, is there a time-lag before the files are available for download after you've selected a folder for unencrypt? They seem to get the symbol straight away, which is great as long as I'm not missing something. 3. If I download with the opt+ download option (after there's a DLNA entry) then I just get a numeric file name for the TS file. Is there no way to make this download as the filename in the listing instead? 4. Following on from 3, when you opt+ download you just get the .TS file, which is great, 'cos I don't need the other meta data .hmt, .nts and .thm files. So when I use samba and just copy a whole unencrypted folder, I presume there's no reason not to delete the copied extra files on my NAS and only keep the .ts files? Is there any difference between this .ts file and the opt+ download numeric .TS file? Presumably they're basically the same thing and it doesn't matter which route you take. 5. Is there any reason NOT to set unencrypt in the root of 'my video' on the HDR? It's not that I want to download the lot, far from it, it's just that I want an easy life. If I set it once on the root I could then just samba copy the folders and files I want as and when I want to. Related to this, is there an issue with the order of auto-unprotect and unencrypt? Clearly you have to auto-unprotect first, but will they necessarily happen in the required order if they are both just set to run all the time. Can I simply assume it will just work and as soon as I see the green unencrypted logo next to a file it's good to go? That's probably quite long enough for a first post. I have searched the forum a lot before posting and I hope I'm not repeating too many questions, but it felt like this was worth a new post. Thanks in advance for any insight and answers. Best, Hugo Read.