Just a warning to those that don't know, the HS2 has to read the media in the dvd drive before it can eject it. This is a daft piece of software design that means if the media is faulty and can't be read, it is also very difficult to get out as the machine can enter a loop. It can't read the media, then resets, can't read the media etc. There are various possibilities to get round this on this site http://www.thewholewideweb.com/forum/default.asp but some seem very iffy. This is a good reason to stick with known good quality media, and perhaps not look for that extra couple of pence off a disc. As an aside, if you use your machine a lot like I do to time shift programs and then delete, do not leave any dvd media in the drive. This avoids the risk of the above loop and the machine starts up faster as there is no dvd drive to read and enable. Just insert the media when you need to use it. I don't even use mine for dvd playback, all playback is handled by my tosh 210 with its better component connection, and again reduces the risk of the above issue.