Yes, this is software-related. I am posting this from work. My wife called a while ago to let me know that the mailman (actually our mail is delivered by a young woman) had left five packages of DVDs in addition to the usual letters, Christmas cards etc. Among that other mail was a notice to pick up another package of DVDs from the post office - the package must have been too large or too heavy to carry so I must pick it up myself. A few extra presents for myself. I wasn't really counting on those DVDs to arrive before Christmas - all the important packages (to be given as presents) were received earlier, and there have been more than a few those as well. Less than two weeks ago the poor young woman rang my doorbell and handed me two large packages from Amazon (TV boxsets) and a smaller one containing two DVDs. And another package arrived yesterday, although this was just one DVD so it wasn't heavy or difficult to carry. All of this only applies to R1 DVDs that I need to import - a couple of DVDs were bought locally. Although it's certainly not out of the ordinary for the postal service during this time of year to carry extra mail, my wife was actually embarrassed by all this. If she hadn't been at home, the young lady would have needed to take some of the packages back to the post office with her because everything wouldn't fit in the mailbox. This happens all the time since we both work during the day. I need to pick up those packages from the post office myself which for me isn't a big deal - the post office is close and I can pick up packages during the daily commute. However, the young lady will have to carry them with her (or push them around in a cart) all day before returning to the post office at the end of her shift. My wife insists I need to give the young lady a Christmas present for all her troubles. :b So, does anyone else on the Home Theater Forum think a box of chocolates is in order for the person who delivers your DVDs? I would think most people here buy many more discs than people in general, although I realize not everyone uses etailers.