Well, now we have a little dilemma: what do we recommend for new users? The only significant difference between the "official" (wiki-based) download and wmcbrine's fork is the enhanced plugins (including a photo plugin) in the wmcbrine version. My impression is that (1) the wmcbrine plugins are generally superior and (2) they have received fairly adequate testing by now. I've tested the latest snapshot for basic video transcoding functionality also. Thus I've put a zip snapshot of the wmcbrine fork on mediafire.com. The only advantages of my download over just getting a snapshot from wmcbrine's Git link are: 1. You get .zip instead of Tar.gz 2. I'm still including a newer more capable version of ffmpeg (r11051). As I've been so thoroughly instructed there apparently is no harm in just copying one of these zips on top of an existing pyTivo installation. I was concerned about the possibility that the Python compiler might be fooled into not recompiling a new module due to some problem with file time/date stamps (?).