Our receivers got the update this morning from the 0x5Ca update that was shown on there last week and the two that had external HDs on them somehow "lost" the externals and reverted to the internal HDs. My grandparents, not very technically savvy, were wondering why their tennis and poker after dark were gone, thinking they had accidentally deleted the folder(s) by mistake, when in fact the receiver stopped seeing the HD upon the software update this morning. Thankfully I caught it in time and rebooted the receiver (by unplugging it, waiting a few seconds, and plugging it back in, which is necessary when dealing with external HDs) and got the external back up and into view. This is getting really frustrating though, especially constantly haveing to redo our playlist sorting on all four receivers in the house after every software push. Don't these blasted software engineers get that what is "easy" for them to troubleshoot isn't easy at all for many that aren't technically inclined, such as older people like my grandparents? And now we have to watch for the external HDs "disappearing" each time a software push is done. And to add salt to the wound, we still can't stream any of the MLB EI games between receivers. We have to record them on the receiver that they'll be watched on (the living room), because otherwise we get the fun error "Playback failed: No audio or video packets received from server." It used to be we could reset the receiver and it would fix it for that one day's recordings but it would fail again on subsequent recordings - now even that doesn't work. I made a mention of the MLB EI streaming issue in the MLB EI thread, but for some reason I got no response and all I see going on in that thread is people bashing each other left and right. The moderators really need to clean up that sort of stuff over there and start actually...moderating, because the "please don't discuss each other" posts aren't working and the thread has degenerated greatly (thus people like myself who may be having issues and are seeking help get lost in the bruehaha).