I'm running CFW 2.14, and wanted to know if there are any Telnet commands that I can use to help fix my HDMI incompatibility isssue ? I am trying to use a HDanywhere HDMI to Component Converter Adapter (model LKH2COMP01), to convert my Humax HDR-FOX T2 HDMI output, to my Panasonic professional TH-42PWD4 Plasma, using Component signals. My plasma doesn't support HDMI input, and I want to display the HD channels at 1080i from my HDR, instead of using the RGB SCART 576p (which works OK). If I connect the 'HDanywhere HDMI to Component box' to my PC monitor, and press the V-format (resolution) key, I get a good pictures at either 576i, 576p, 720P or 1080i. If I connect the 'HDanywhere HDMI to Component box' to my TH-42PWD4 Plasma, and press the V-format key I can't get a picture, and I can only select resolutions 720P or 1080P. (Note. My Plasma doesn't seem to support 1080P only 1080i and 720P @ 60hZ (Not sure it may be 50Hz...) If I disconnect the HDanywhere from the HDMI output and reboot the HDR, and monitor the HDR picture over RGB, I change the resolutions to 576i, 576p, 720P or 1080i. Sometimes when the Humax boots I can see the Humax logo using the HDanywhere from the HDMI output, could my issue be something to do with the need to use HDCP ? Also if I connect either PS3 (1080i), Spiderbox sat box (1080i), Bly-ray (1080i) or Sumvision Cyclone Micro 2+ media player (720P), using HDMI via the HDanywhere Converter to my Plasma (over Component), I don't have any problems with HD pictures. It's only the Humax that I can't get a picture over HDMI at any resolution, I would be happy with just 576p, instead of 1080i, so I don't have to keep manually switching from RGB to Component all the time on my Plasma. Is there a Workaround for my Humax HDR Fox T2 HDMI issue ? I have phoned HDanywhere tech support, and they said it could be a compatibility problem, because my HDanywhere was a few years old and there are no reported issues with there latest box.