I've been thinking alot recently about what missing from the RS portal and hummy epg. The web epg itself is an amazing accomplishment and as a programme guide I cant fault it. Other comments I have made in the past have been with the idea of fixing the EPG but I've realised its perfect. What I really want is a search tool. The spec is as follows: In the search query you select: Multiple channels to search Multiple genres to search optional keyword search (probably using the existing rs syntax) Select list of banished titles to remove from results. Save name for the search. Now 1,2 and 3 are fairly obvious. 4 is a bit more complex. I would like to save a list of programmes (probably by title) to banish from the search results. I'd also like to mange this list such that the list would look like this: Banish List Name: films items: "6th Sense" : seen "Jermey Kyle" : banned "Avatar" : seen recently With this you can set each item in the banish list to multiple states Seen, Seen recently and Banished (Banished for things you seriously don't even want to consider watching ever!) From the search query you select a list of banished to use on this search. 5. Save the search so that each week you can do the same search when you have new epg data and go through and mark the items for the hummy to record for you. The results I would like to take the following formatt: Channel Title Description External links (imdb, whatever) Record options E4 scrubs funny stuff IMDB, ROTTEN TOMATOES Series(link) Programme(link) From the record options a popup would open revealing the dates and times the programme is on in order to choose which to watch. A nice to have would be that only one instance of a programme appears in the list such that the same show appearing twice in a week would not appear twice in the list. I have considered writing my own tool to achieve this end by parsing the epg.db and such however it would be much smarter to incorporate it into the RS portal where it can be accessed whilst the hummy is offline. So people of the internet, what do you think. Does this correlate with anyone else's wishes?