So while we have a lull, what do we know about Widgets and prerequisites to use them? The DVR must be networked. Network services must be enabled. Currently this is available through a keyword hack. Whether it will eventually be made standard or if it will be accessible as a toggle in the Network setup menu is currently unknown. The user must use upnp or enable port forwarding on their home router. Widgets won't appear on interactive channels or over MediaShare, DOD, or Active, or if any on-screen graphics (Info Banner, Menu) are present. Widgets are activated using the RIGHT arrow in Live TV or playback from the Playlist. Display can take 1 to 3 seconds. Widgets are displayed in a dockbar. The initial Widget docbar has five icons: Nametag, Horoscopes, Scores, Lottery, and Gears (?). Pressing RIGHT or SELECT will toggle the Widget dockbar on and off after Widgets are first activated in a session. Going to a full screen menu like Guide, List, or Setup will "deactivate" Widgets, so they have to be enabled again using RIGHT. Pressing EXIT in Live TV after using RIGHT will also "deactivate" Widgets, requiring RIGHT to again activate them. When RIGHT is pressed over Live TV or program playback, the front panel IR indicator doesn't blink to indicate a keystroke was detected. There's a bug in playback from the playlist that causes the screen to black out when Widgets are activated. Exit and PREV will return the user to the point they were interrupted. DIRECTV can remotely disable Widgets. When Widgets are disabled by DIRECTV, there is no message to alert the user to this, so the user may wonder if it's their network or their router. There will be a SDK for Widgets development. Currently there is no estimate for when the SDK will be introduced. What else gang?