Morning one and all. After getting used to my new HV20, I find it a lovely little piece of kit. Very easy to pick up and use, and the Auto setting makes it pretty foolproof. That said, there's something I can't figure out. I recorded pretty much 6 minutes of combined footage, with plenty of pause/record stops throughout. When I hooked this up through MovieFactory 6, it all came through as one big file...no stops. Reading the HV20 manual, the only thing I can find says that you need to use the remote to set certain timestops. Surely this can't be the only way? Or is MF6 the problem? And now that I mention MF6, it's only a trial version I'm using at the minute. What software would people recommend? I'm a bit of a novice when it comes to video editing, although I have used the basic editing features on my DMR-EH80V DVD recorder, and I love the whole editing thing. I literally could spend a few hours chopping/renaming/partial erasing tv footage. So I'd like something powerful, (fairly) easy to pick-up, and something that allows HDV footage to be dropped onto a standard dvd-r. Any suggestions? Also, and slightly off topic, I'm gonna need a new pc for editing. My pc at home crashes when I try run MF6, and even my pc here in work (P4 2.8GHz, 1gb RAM) slows way down when I launch it. But at least it works! So, what would people recommend PC spec wise? I'd prefer not to get a minimum spec, as it'd be outdated too quick, but I don't want to go top-end either, as it'll be too pricey. Something in the middle ground that's easily upgradable. It'll almost primarily be used for editing, surfing, and office stuff. Won't be gaming as I've the 360 for that. I'd prefer XP for compatability reasons for the time being. I don't want/need a monitor as I'll be getting a big LCD to hook it up to. So there ye go lads. Told ye it was a bit of a rambling!