Hi, so far the system you are using is fine for me. From reading other posts there are problems to work out and I trust complaints will be followed up by CNET in order to work out the "bugs". Anyway just like all projects in the world wherever you work there are always problems to solve. In fact that should be expected. I've never seen a new project undertaken without issues to resolve. The good thing is all of us have a say on our experience and CNET is a good source to use for all of us in the end. Larry
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