You know normally I can put up with slightly suspect electronics but this ^&*(^!!! Nokia 221T is driving me up the wall! After near constant tweaking to my setup I've finally got a decent picture out of it by giving it a dedicated power socket and feeding the signal through a couple of signal boosters. But while the Nokia handles low strength signals just fine it seems to be very sensitive to changes in signal strength. Worse, it has a tendancy to crash, though to its credit it does so in several different ways presumably to stop the user getting bored The problem is... when it DOES crash all I've got to do in practice is switch it off and on and it's fixed. This makes it difficult to justify buying a replacment and there's no way I'm going to trust magazine reviews again (top tip to all magazines reviewing freeview boxes: leave them on and unattended for AT LEAST a week before writing the review please, reliability is important, 'kay?) so over to you guys, Whatever replaces it would have to have a 7 day EPG as that's a major reason to upgrade for me. I'm currently looking at the Sony D800 as it's got all the connections I need and I've seen great feedback on it, but is it worth it? Is the picture any improvment over the Nokia and is it more reliable? Is it, in short, worth the hundred quid it'll cost to replace what is at the end of the day a perfectly servicable (though thouroughly annoying) unit?