The missus and I have decided that after another evening of nothing but repeats and junk Sky has to go. At the moment we only subscribe to the standard package (~£25 a month) as we normally buy/rent DVDs for movies and don’t need the sport channels. I was tempted by Sky+ as at least we could then queue up some of the stuff that’s new so it wouldn’t always be repeats but this then adds an extra tenner a month plus whatever they are currently charging for the STB and install. So realising that most of the programmes we actually watch are those that are available on Freeview moving to this would save a bit of cash. After a bit of looking around on the web this evening I came across the Humax pvr9200t which looks like a nice bit of kit. Personal Video Recorder (PVR) • 100 Hours Recording (160GB hard disc) • Single button live pause and play during A/V watching (Time shifted Recording) • Fast Forward/Rewind in various speeds and Slow Motion • Instant Replay and Skip during A/V watching • One touch sound scheduling in EPG information • Digital Radio Recording/Variable instant recording Digital Terrestrial Set-Top Box • MPEG2 Digital and Fully DVB- T Compliant • Common interface for play TV • Digital Teletext (MHEG5 support) *(UK only) • RF modulator/Twin scarts (Scart cable included) • Dolby digital 5.1 optical output • Two year manufacturer guarantee • 200 channel storage • 5 favorite groups • Subtitle supports EBU & DVB subtitle • Teletext supports by VBI insertion • Dolby Digital Audio Output • Automatic Software Update • Various Games General Features • MPEG-2 Digital and fully DVB-T compliant Digital teletext (MHEG-5) • Up to 200 receivable channels • Dolby Digital audio output • Video format in 4:3, 16:9 and letterbox • PAL/NTSC compliant • User friendly 8 day EPG • 5 favourite channel groups • Personal video recording of up to 40 hours through 80GB HDD • Record radio facility • Will record 20 single events, or 15 single events and 5 weekly Jump to live program • Slow motion forward and backwards in various speeds Plug and Play • Easy install • HUMAX special tuner has just 1 signal input Twin Tuner • Record two channels whilst watching live TV or play-back • Picture in picture to see 2 programmes on 1 screen USB 2.0 • USB 2.0 connectivity for PC • MPEG A/V file transfer between Duovisio and PC • Digital photo album and slide show It’s approx £200 so that’s a fair bit cheaper than Sky+ which comes to £570 for the first year (£25*12 standard subscription, 10*12 Sky+ features, £90 STB and £60 install). Anyway now to the point of this post, does anyone own or have any experience of the 9200T and give me any reason why I should/shouldn’t go for it, or if they can recommend anything else that does the same job? Thanks for any advice/help.