Strong, Your brain adjusts to become more temporally-aware. Those Hoosiers that live in counties that do observe DST don't get too annoyed dealing with us. The company that I work for is owned by a company that's based in East Chicago, about an hour west of us. That's always fun to deal with when we schedule meetings. Fortunately, Outlook is pretty smart about it, so everyone sees meeting times in their local time. Since ours is a 24-7-366 company, having to deal with items produced Sunday morning where we're at is no big deal. Seems really stoopid that two items produced five minutes apart get time-stamped 65 minutes apart one day, then six months later, that five minute difference would show up as the older unit being 55 minutes younger than the oldest... Confused yet? See how much easier it is to do it our way?