Too busy to break the code. If they came out with a firmware, you could use to see how to "easily" tailor it to what you want or donít want. There is a way to do it, its just people just donít see it yet (or tried it yet.) In one of the blogs in the recent past, there was a web site that talked about doing custom "stuff" in reference to firmwares. No I donít remember the site. Any remember the name? They "might" have figured out the way. Or, worse case, does anybody know a code geek to tare apart the program to see how to modify what we have so far? I know some code geeks for networking / switches; but not this arena.