Please respond only if you find that you are missing extended (beyond the next 3 or 4 hours) guide data for any of the Voom channels and are not looking at the 129 bird. I have a new 942 (purchased after finally getting fed up with the 921). In the 4 days I've had it, I'm finding that I'm intermittently missing extended guide data on 5 of the Voom channels: Rave 9470 Ultra 9478 GuyTV 9479 Monster 9481 HDNews 9482 I've also had the 942 lose picture and spontaneously reboot while trying to access the guide for these Voom channels or using PIP with some of the Voom channels, even if the guide info is present. I'm usually missing the guide data in the morning, regardless of whether or not I've enabled or disabled the middle of the night guide update. The extended data is usually present by the evening when it's missing in the morning, but by the next morning it's gone again. Timers set for these Voom channels the night before won't fire and I find that the guide information is missing when the timer didn't fire. If I do a switch test and successfully get all the Voom guide data downloaded after the switch test, the timers then fire. The check switch and subsequent download of guide data sometimes restores the missing Voom channel extended data and sometimes doesn't. I'm using a Switch 64. I am not aimed at 129 (I know about the Voom channel problem for those looking at 129). Interestingly, at the same time the 942 is missing this data, my 811 has the extended data for these same Voom channels. That would suggest that the data is available, at least for the 811. Don't know if the 942 uses the same data stream. As an aside, many of the Voom channels are consistently out of sound sync. Please indicate: 1. Switch being used? 2. Which Voom channels are missing extended guide data? 3. Is the data missing in the evening or morning? 4. Do you have automatic updates enabled? 5. Does a switch test or reboot restore the missing data? 6. Has your 942 lost picture and then reboots while in the Voom channel guide? 7. Describe any other observations that may help track down this problem. Thanks.