The processor clock time on my 921 is 30 seconds behind the actual time. I realize it's not much, but it can cause some issues with back-to-back timers. (9-10, 10-11, 11-12, etc) As example, if the actual time is 9:00:30am (taken from other consistent sources--SBC, Cingular, Navel Clock, etc) the EPG and channel information ribbons show the time to be 9:00:00am. I can be watching the beginning of any program, on any OTA or SAT channel, and the channel information ribbon says 8:59 for 32 seconds into the beginning of the program. As a result, if a timer is set to fire with a 0 pad at 9:00am, it fires 30 seconds into the event being recorded. We've found event recording failure(timers not firing correctly) is less likely with timer pads set at 0, most noticeably when simultaneously firing timers for OTA and SAT events. As example: 9:00-10:00 - OTA event - Timer 1 - Channel 4-01 - Pad: 0/0 9:00-10:00 - SAT event - Timer 2 - Channel 140 - Pad: 0/0 10:00-11:00 - OTA event - Timer 1 - Channel 2-01 - Pad: 0/0 10:00-11:00 - SAT event - Timer 2 - Channel 137 - Pad: 0/0 In the example above, if timer pads are used, usually one, or all of the timer(s) will fail to fire, though it will show the record bubble(s) on the EPG, and it will show the event(s) being recorded in the DVR menu, but the red LED on the receiver will not be lit, and the event(s) not recorded. Usually leading to the software becoming unstable, not responding to remote commands, eventually requiring a soft-boot. One of the few things that is consistent on my 921 is if the red LED on the receiver is not lit, the event is not being recorded. Reading through the threads, I've become aware of the 921 and L270 issues, much the same as described above, but I've not found anything regarding an issue with the processor clock time. Is there a way to set the processor clock time on the 921? Very much appreciate any assistance anyone can offer.