Just installed one of these and thought I'd share my initial impressions. One thing I couldn't help noticing is how small the box is, I'll try and post up some pictures later to show just how small. In addition to being small, it's also quite heavy. Solidly built is what springs to mind when holding it. The remote, whilst not as stylish as some of the Philip Starcke efforts with certain Grundig boxes, is nicely laid out and pretty intuitive. The onscreen menus are easy on the eye and text is fast. A quick start guide is included for impatient types (like most of us here I guess ) along with a more detailed manual. From taking it out of the box to watching TV, was probably less than 3 minutes. One minor issue, despite what the description says on some websites, the box does not appear to output svideo. The menus give the option of either RGB or composite for output, nothing more. If you must have svideo, I suggest you look elsewhere. Pity, I was looking forward to getting a second one for the lounge and switching the signal (along with the digital audio) via my Tag. Oh well! For anybody else who would like to get one and doesn't want to wait (especially in view of the current postal situation), mine came off the shelf from John Lewis Bluewater. They had a few left on the shelf, but not many. Oh yeah, their price is £79.50 which isn't bad if you consider that buying one from some online places will set you back £75.36 by the time you include shipping.