Advertisements It's been a while since I've been around, so I haven't been keeping up with the chatter here. I hate the Edge, and I'm thinking of sending it back, is this a common feeling? A month ago, our Bolt died. While I was sending it to Weeknees to get it fix, I bought an Edge, which seemed like quite a bargain. Now the Bolt's working again, I'm thinking of sending the Edge back because I really don't like it. So is this a question of it just being different, or is it just bad? There are a few features which seem to have gone, like tuner management. How do I see a list of what tuner is recording what? How do I switch to a particular tuner which is watching something in particular (easy with the info button on previous machines.) I also had once instance of it decided to use the tuner I was looking at, rather than go find a spare one (of which there were several), that does not bode well. Most of the rest of my issues have to do with the new interface design. The interface uses the latest and worst practices in interface design. The fashion seems to currently be to make interfaces as unusable and as least visible as possible. Grey is not a good colour for interfaces, and grey on grey is about as bad as it gets, but unfortunately that's the current design aesthetic. Even my wife has noticed things are less visible. The old interface was quite usable, and legible. The interface is the reason why I've stuck with TiVo since 1999, it works. Now they've changed that. There has been a lot of grumbling about the interface not changing, and I was always glad of thing. Among other things thinking if there were a radical change people would regret it. When the HD interface came out, i was quite relieved it wasn't a great departure from the old interface, of course there was grumbling about that. So is this a case of it's different and I'm just not used to it, or is it really as cr*p as it seems? Also is there any danger of this being inflicted on older machines, like our, now resurrected Bolt? I'm tempted to go look for a new old stock Bolt so we have a spare in case the Bolt dies. Our previous spare was a Romaio (I think) and it was painfully slow to use now I'm used to the bolt.