Before you all tell me to go to the Sky forum, this is just a cross-post to confirm just how easy it is to upgrade your Sky+ hard disk to get more capacity. I was really pleased with Sky+, but just getting fed up with having to juggle recorded movies to allow enough space for normal recordings as well. I looked into archiving off to recordable DVD, but was put off since the movies I tend to record are 5:1 DD movies, and you cannot record 5:1 DD to DVD at present.... So...I've opted to do a Sky+ hard disk upgrade. Having researched posts about potential problems with overheating, noise etc. I bought the same disk as used in the Sky+160 system, the MAXTOR 160GB 5400RPM 2MB ATA133 D-MAX16 4R160L0, Cost = £61.94, inc. delivery - ordered Friday 2pm from Techoworld.com with 2-3 day working day delivery, and had guy knocking on my door before 9am Monday morning! Excellent instructions on what to do from here. NB. I didn't need any special tools - just a philips screwdriver. Anyway, time elapsed to open, change and close the case was < 10 mins. Time for Sky to perform housekeeping ~40 mins, all done in less than 1 hour. Now I've got 4x the capacity I had before, for a smidgen of the cost of the SKY+160 box, and it should be some time before I fill up this drive!