This https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/49887720/140_gset.tbk is intended to be used with WinMFS It came from a 140060, but the original 60GB drive wasn't in there when I got it, so I don't know if it originally had a "fat" 60GB Maxtor with a slightly higher LBA count than contemporary WD and Seagate 60GB drives or not. I made the backup about a year ago, so it'll be "b" instead of "c". I don't think I actually tested that image by writing it back to another drive, so if it doesn't work, let me know and I'll try again. And if you've never read the SATA/IDE adapter thread-- http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb/showthread.php?t=416883 Short version, S1s need a Marvell chipset based adapter, S2s need a Marvell or a JMicron, and the JMicrons are cheaper. Avoid all other chipsets, and don't try to use a Caviar Blue of any kind in an S1--S1's are just terribly finicky. AllAboutJeeps says he/she got a JMicron to work in a 140. Drive-wise, if you're going to use a SATA, probably the older the better, jumper a 3 down to a 1.5, etc If you've got an old 80GB IDE, that should be good enough to try my 60GB image on. Rumor has it that you can boot a 140 with 240 software, and maybe a 130 with 230 software, but the 30s and 40s are not compatible with each other.