Hi, My sister and I are looking for a new "TV" solution for my Mum. She's 91 and suffers from Dementia. She lives in very sheltered accommodation and we cannot always be with her when she wants to watch TV. (We both live several miles away and are not usually there when my Mum's favourite programs come on in the evening.) We keep pointing out programs to her and circling them in the Radio Times, but she always forgets to switch the TV on at the right time. At the moment she has an old CRT TV hooked up to an old Sky Sat box. We are in an area of Scotland where a lot of the Freeview channels are not broadcast on our local transmitter so the sheltered housing management have put a satellite feed into each of the flats. (Most important for my Mum is ITV3!) We have resisted changing any of my Mum's old kit this far as we are worried that anything new will completely befuddle my poor old Mum! Recently, however, my Mum's old CRT is starting to falter with the volume dropping to Zero each time the TV is switched off and channel labels being randomly reset. Basically, I don't think the TV is long for this world! So, we are looking for a reasonably straightforward LCD/LED solution for my Mum with either a built-in Freesat tuner or a basic Freesat box to companion the TV. What we would also like to do is to be able to set reminders in the EPG and for these reminders to bring the TV out of standby for these programmes on the right channel (and the right HDMI feed if we need to get a separate freesat box.) We need to be able to put the TV into standby after programming it as this will usually be in the early afternoon up and my Mum won't tolerate the TV being on all afternoon before her programmes come on that evening. We would probably be looking for something not too large (~32" to 40") as her living room isn't that big. Alternatively, we may also go for some for of Smart TV (internet connected) that we could switch on and change remotely for my Mum, over the internet. I am not sure if such equipment exists. Ideally, if it does, we would wish it to be fairly straightforward/simple and not too expensive! My Mum has a basic broadband connection that came with her phoneline. Hopefully somebody will be able tell me if this kind of thing is easily achievable (HDMI-CEC?), or at all possible? Many thanks for any help.