Hi folks, I'm connecting successfully to my NAS drive through the HDR-FOXT2 for streaming movies and displaying my photos on the TV. Whilst this works fine, the photo side of things seems to be a bit lacking, in that photos will not automatically rotate. As I'm sure you know if you load pictures from your camera on to a Windows PC using the software that came with the camera (which is what most of us do I think), that software will perform a 'soft-rotate' if necessary, i.e. you took the picture with the camera at 90° to the subject and your software rotates the picture based on the orientation flag in the EXIF data. The photo itself stays 'landscape' in Windows though. If I stream photos direct to my Sony Bravia TV, the renderer on the TV does automatically rotate, so it's certainly possible, in theory, for the FOXT2 to do it but there isn't even a setting for this or a manual 'rotate image function'. I'm trying to use the FOXT2 as my 'entertainment centre' and not have the need the need to switch back and forth between it and the TV, so it's disappointing that the image handling on the FOXT2 is so weak. Is anyone aware of a solution to this? I was hoping that this was the kind of the thing that could be addressed by the customised firmware (maybe a package), which I already use. Any thoughts on this appreciated. Thanks.