I have an ongoing investigation being written up in the HDR-FOX section HERE (click), it involves streaming from the HDR-FOX (server) to the HD-FOX (client) but the evidence is stacking up against the HD-FOX being at fault. The suspicion is that the DLNA client in the HD-FOX (1.02.20) hits a barrier at 4GB, whether the source is HiDef or StDef. Every file I have conciously tried that is greater than 4GB stops playing when I stream it at a time index that would be around 4GB in proportion to the total recording time and the file size. It doesn't matter if you let it play from the start or you sneak up to it using the transport controls. The exact same files play properly native to the HDR-FOX, or streamed by the exact same DLNA route to XBMC running on a PC. The question is: what is the extent of this affliction? If anybody else has a HDR-HD set-up please try it. If anybody has a DLNA NAS or is set up to stream by DLNA from a PC please try it. Anybody using the HDR-FOX as a DLNA client might also like to try it - the software might be common. The server is not (at the moment) under suspicion - it is used in the back-door decryption processes, and files greater than 4GB have been successfully decrypted, so the conclusion is that the DLNA server works properly.