One of the problems with newer STB's is that they default to stand-by after a power outage (unlike the famous Sony). Having been through the rigmarole of capturing IR codes based on the OZTivo process it occurs to me that it should be possible to capture the code to switch on the target STB. However, as the Tivo has no way of detecting the STB state we're limited in how we can use it. So how about a hack that only executes after a Tivo reboot and sends the appropriate captured IR code to toggle the STB out of stand-by. The hack would need to contain steps to recognise the difference between a planned reboot and a post-power outage boot. Unfortunately I lack the skills to create such a hack. Anyone willing to help out? R.