Newbie here, long time lurker with a post to announce I'm here I think! I've got rather a bit of a problem folks. I live alongside the busy southern railway London to Brighton line with the 750v DC third rail at Purley, Surrey, close to the northern points for the station approach and just up the line on the opposite side was the 1989 crash. Used to get terrible digital reception with break ups from passing trains until I installed a roof aerial on the chimney stack 3-4 years ago pointing at Crystal Palace and it's been great since, a perfect signal. That changed when I retired the 9300 and I installed the T2 two weeks ago. The nightmare has returned with a vengeance but watching HD channels exclusively and this time it reboots my box with some passing trains. My work as an IT consultant who fixes PC's and Mac thinks this is a serious problem for future disc corruption recording high def to the hard disc via Linux to an ext3 file system. Aside from the obvious realigning the aerial (I've seen a few birds using it as a perch recently) is there anything I can do to reduce the interference spike when the trains hit the third rails from 15-90 mph charged with thousands of amps before and after the points and reduce the chances of the Hummy rebooting itself? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!