I think it would be great to have Wake-on-LAN - it would mean not having to have the Humax on all the time in case we want to access it from elsewhere (without having to go and turn it on). AF123 has tried to make it work without joy. Another reason to have to visit the box is to do the decrypting copy - which as far as I know is only possible using the remote control and menus. I have a blue-sky half-solution. What if there was a box that could plug into your network and be commanded to blast out infra-red in the manner of a universal remote control? Does such a thing exist? I know clever individuals have made a web server out of a tiny microcontroller so presumably somebody could do it if they wanted (I dare say, if I had the time...). Even better if it could harvest its power from the Ethernet connection itself (asking a bit much without Power-Over-Ethernet I think). It is POSSIBLE that, if you have the Humax networked by USB WiFi, the Humax Ethernet port will also be on the network. That would make things very easy. Like I said though, this is only a half-solution. Not much good being able to send in IR commands (OK for on/off) if you can't see the menus responding. Ideas, anyone?