I love the Hummy now the problems with lock ups and file loss are behind us. One of the best features is the search facility, where you can enter keywords to hunt for the programmes you are interested in over the next 7 days. However one of the problems with this is that it is limited to 7 days. I appreciate this is a broadcast limitation rather than the box. Nevertheless, unless you actively run a search on a regular basis it is very easy to miss something you might be interested in, especially if it pops up irregularly in the schedules. For instance I would have liked to record 'The Championship' goals programme that was on yesterday, it's not normally on at that time and I never thought to look for it. Missed it. (We don't win many away and to see the goals would have been nice) So why can't they programme some sort of long term search facility so that a pop up warning comes up when a programme fitting your criteria enters the 7-days-ahead schedule. So I programme in the words 'The Championship' into my permanent search. A week ago the programme I have just missed would have entered the list. The box could pop up and say, 'I found this, do you want me to record it?' I know some other boxes have the option to record a series. That would be handy but is missing on the Hummy at the mo. But for me this search method would be even better, because it gives you the possibility of having the box look for programmes you might like but that in advance you don't know the exact title of. They have added a lot of stuff over the various versions, why not this? Doesn't seem too much of a stretch. Can anyone think of a reason why it wouldn't work? How do you get them to think about it?