This is the official update from LG Australia for the LG 8900P of which the Targa is a clone. Unlike other version of 1.385201 this one includes support for the memory card slots Other changes / fixes... more responsive to remote, better zoom options, less overscan. Some other bits as well I expect but thats all thats been noticed so far...oh and the logo says LG now not Targa. I guess it will void your warrenty if you get any problems and Targa notice..... I've updated 2 Targa so far with no problems. http://board.softpedia.com/index.php?act=Attach&type=post&id=1682 How to firmware upgrade : To get your current firmware version. Press the SETUP button and go to the TV Aspect menu. Locate the cursor at 16:9 Wide, and press 1397139' and then enter. This can be quite tricky to do but repeat until you get a blue screen with system information. Targa Model Code is DV8E30242 unless you've updated to a non Targa firmware previously. 1) Check the MODEL and make a note of it. 2) In Nero create a CD ISO, Mode 1, File Type ISO 9660 + Joilet, File name length 11 = 8 + 3, Character set ISO 9660. Create a directory structure on your disc as follows : LG_DVD\FIRMWARE\UPGRADE\LG From the file you downloaded from the link above extract the MIH file. Read the PDF, it will tell you what I'm posting here more or less. 3) Rename the file from LV8A3024D.MIH to DV8E30242.MIH (if your running Targa branded firmware e.g you see the Targa logo on screen) 4) Copy the MIH file to your disc into the LG directory. Burn to disc, I used a CD-RW without any problems. To upgrade your DVD player, turn it on, insert the disc. If you made the disc correctly you will get no error message and a screen 5) Insert program update disk, screen as following appears. Do following screen message saying : "Firmware Upgrade mode Reading : 0 Take off the disc and press UP key to upgrade" 6) Disc tray opens automatically, and then you will take out the disc and press UP key. 7) About 1 minute takes upgrade (it seems like a very long minute) 8) DVD player is reset automatically. You will now see the LG logo on screen, proving the update worked. Note you do this at your own risk, I've update two machines no problems and my Targa about 5 times now with various firmwares.