Just had a conservatory finished, and have put 17" Philips LCD tv in place. I'm using a magic eye for the bedroom, but we (when I say "we", I mean the wife !!!!) didn't want any more wires in/outside the house, so decided to go the video sending route. So I bought a Philips VL1200 video sending system. Connected it up ok, but was advised by letsautomate.co.uk to use the ir wands. Found the Sky+160 sensor inbetween two buttons on the front panel, and placed the ir wand. Video picture is fine, however the transmitter has a light on it to indicate when it is receiving a remote signal. This is permanantly on !! (it should only flash on when a remote signal is being sent from the conservatory). At first I thought it was my wireless router or dect phone that could be conflicting, but its not those. This means its is very very intermittant to be able to control the Sky+160 from the conservatory (almost impossible!!) In desperation, I put the Sky+160 into standby and the transmitter remote light went off. I disconncted the trasmistter from the Sky+160 scart, and tried again. Still the same problem. It appears that the Sky+160 is kicking out some signal which is conflicting with the remote receiving frequency on the video sender transmitter unit. Anybody else have this problem before ? I even tried moving the transmistter about 10 feet away with all but the powerlead disconnected, still the same problem. However as soon as I put Sky+160 into standbv, off goes the light !! Help !!!!