The update today was to add larger block sizes in the mfsrestore command (-r 4) to accommodate large drives. Other small fixes too, but nothing interesting. Once your drive is hacked with the Zipper, you'll never need to run it again to get new features. The essence of the Zipper is to disable the units "checks" to see if anything foreign has been added to the drive....like telnet, ftp, and other hacks. Gunny and I happened to package the Zipper with my Enhancement script (developed pre-Zipper), which installs all the hacks and goodies. So, if you keep track of Enhancement script (link in my sig), you'll always have the latest hacks and features. From here on out, the only thing left to do with the Zipper is add support for more Tivos, like the R10 and standalones.