Ah, well, with me when a lip synch issue comes up (and I almost never watch live TV, only timeshifted TV) I can fix it by pressing the pause button (or play button, AFAIK they have the same function in MyHD, it just toggles pause/play on each press) multiple times. Just how many times varies considerably. Sometimes when I'm lucky it's maybe 6-7 times. Often its more like 10 times, maybe more. I never know how many times. Of course doing that is quite annoying, it interrupts the process, the experience. Often I give up before I get a perfect synch, I make do with an acceptable synch. I mean it's like how much annoyance am i going to put up with to achieve a perfect synch when I'm going to lose it again if I REW or FFD at some point. I never know if I'm going to lose synch when I REW or FFD, it happens sometimes but not usually, then I have to resynch if I can't stand it. Of course, some kinds of programs it's not something you notice because you aren't watching people talking! I've seen people saying here (Terry, I think) that they've never experienced any lip synch issues using MyHD, which has me thinking that it's equipment related, my motherboard in particular. I suppose that my PCI sound card is a possible contributing factor, it's drivers. I've tried several versions of the driver but that didn't turn out to be a solution. I'm due for a new motherboard. Thanks for that post you made a few weeks ago, Browncoat, suggesting CPU/mobo combinations, the AMD, etc. I'm going to look into that. If the motherboard is reasonably upgradable, I think I'll go that route. Really, my desktop PCs are pretty antiquated. Indeed my HTPC has only 2GB RAM. My impression is that the MyHD cards don't use system resources, that they use their own resources, in particular processing power, one thing I really like.