As any AVForum members upgraded their BT Vision + box for the newer BT YouView box (I think its a model DTR 2100 ?). I have the BT TV infinity package with HD entertainment & BT sports in HD. OK, I know the BT Vision box is a little buggy & sometimes has a slow unresponsive operating UI and lacks the extra features of the Youview box, but what I really find impressive with this older BT box is the HD picture quality of the TV channels over my 36mb internet broadband speed (especially the HD Freeview channels such has BBC HD etc, together with BTsport & HD Eurosport). I have got a few HD Freeview set top boxes dotted around the house and have compared them on my main TV against the BT Vision box and I find the HD picture looks noticeably better to my eyes on the BT box. I have been told by BT, that if I want to utlize the red button feature (for choosing my preference for which match I want to watch) on the new BT Sports Europe channel for European Championship football, that I will need to upgrade to the Youview box. If I keep the BT Vision box i will only be able to watch the main match being broadcasted on the BT Sports Europe Channel only. Apart any reliability issues owners have noticed on the BT Youview box, what I would like to know more importantly is how does the HD picture quality compare between both boxes. Also my signal strength on over the air TV broadcasts is excellent and the main TV transmitter is less than 10miles from my house when watching Freeview.