So here's an interesting thing, I don't know if this is an indication of the receiver failing or just a fluke. I have an H21-200 in the bedroom siting alone, hooked up but essentially idle as I've had an HR22 there for other reasons the past several months. The other day I noticed the light was at 480p (I have no idea how long it'd been like that) so I switched to it. The receiver was stuck at the "Running receiver self-check" screen and no rebooting could progress it beyond that. Running a diagnostic went fine until the part where it checks the filesystem on the flash memory at which it would reboot automatically. I forced the box to download, which it did (the installed version listed 0x44c4 and it went to download 0x44c5). After that, it booted normally but actually required me to re-send the activation signal. Any idea if this was a fluke, or an indication of more? How long will a receiver be uncommunicable before I have to re-send activation? (not that it's a concern, as it's just a couple seconds away to do it online) I've had this H21 since early 2009.