I have encounted something that you all should be aware off. Last week I didn't watch much TV had the hard-drive almost full. On Monday night, I recorded 'Junkyard Wars' at 8pm, but as I love the program (I know its sad) immediatly sat down to watch it. At the end, I went to delete it, but noticed that it had 'FAILED'. This surprised me as although my hard-drive was almost full, I know I still had about 10% free. It was also strange, as I had just watched the entire recording and it was all there, so I don't see how it could have 'FAILED'. However, when I pressed 'i' the reason was clear. It said "Out Of Space". Then I noticed something horrible.. All my recordings were gone.. EVERY ONE of them.. All 10 hours+ had vanished! I checked any my 'Disk Management' was set to Automatic.. But this shouldn't be possible. A few days later, I have found other users who had similar problems and we have found out why. Apparantly, the EPG data for Mondays "Junkyard Wars" was bad.. It though that the start was 8pm on Monday, but the end was 9pm TUESDAY. This means that Sky+ thought that the show was 25 hours long.. As soon as it started recording it made a decision that it needed space.. 25 hours of space and deleted every recording that hadn't been set to 'keep' (in my case EVERYTHING). Then when the program finished on time, the recording was classed as 'FAILED' as Sky+ assume that it ran out space. This is a really nasty bug and has really p**Sed me off, as I have lost a hard-drive full of programs that I wanted (and payed) to watch. Needless to say, and strongly wored mail has been sent to Sky. The solution to this is to ensure that your 'Disk Management' is set to 'WARNING' or 'MANUAL'.. For your own sake, don't leave it set to 'Automatic' Its a well known fact that the EPG data is unreliable right now.. But I never guessed that 'bad' EGP info could cause this kind of problem! I hope this helps.