Advertisements Hi, got off to a great start using PyTivo with dlfl's help - thanks a million. I am using PyTivo version 208 BTW. Tivo Series 2 Ver 9.1 The problem is that (on my system at least) I soon discovered that PyTivo is somewhat fragile. eg. a). If I try to transfer more than one video ie. forming a queue then the Tivo gets confused, the video transfers in queue are never completed and I find that it is not possible to cancel the transfers in queue. b). I am using a wifi to the Tivo. If a transfer gets interrupted I see the video ends up in the NPL as incomplete, but it still remains in queue and the queue cannot be deleted, which blocks new attempts to transfer the same video. Note. restarting the Tivo is the fix for a). & b). which takes forever. c). Sometimes I find that I cannot delete video files in the NPL. The only way to delete them is to play them, skip to the end and then delete. Last night I decided to give PyTivo a rest and I installed Tivo Desktop. I used Winavi to convert a couple of short avi's to mpeg and put them in the Tivo Desktop video folder. I then transfered one file to the Tivo, after waiting a few minutes I played the file. Sound, but no picture - wonderful. I decided to abort the video transfer and try WinAvi under a different setting. Guess what, I could not delete the video transfer or remove it from the Queue. Oh, frustration! My thoughts are that PyTivo and Tivo Desktop are probably working fine as a file server to the Tivo. The problem is the Tivo units software? I see no point in purchasing Desktop plus, this leaves Galleon and Tivo.Net I have searched this forum and cannot find anyone with similar symptoms as mine. I wonder if it is my wifi, or if I have to change a firewall setting? Sorry to go on. Just getting a little frustrated. I would like to stay with PyTivo. I like the way it works and puts almost no load on my PC. But all I want is something reliable..