Hey, Hello, Hi There. I'm new around here, so please hold back the urge to flame if this is the wrong place. But it looks like the software forum and I'm a programmer who likes to hack on his home theater system ... a lot. Since I don't know a great deal about AV equipment, I focus on the things I do know about, and that's how to program the computers attached to my AV equipment. I also do a lot of open source programming so I have a natural tendency to share the source and other fruits of my labor with the community. When I first set up my theater, I chose to use a Pronto TSU2000 to control everything. It was a decent choice. Good programmability and all that. The only thing that I didn't like was the fact that I had to boot into Windows (yes, Linux is my desktop) to do the programming. I set out to rectify this nearly fatal flaw by creating my own replacement for ProntoEdit (and Touch Screen Setup for Marantz people). The result is 'The Tonto Project'. It's an all-Java cross-platform ccf development environment for all Philips and Marantz models of Pronto. I provide the source (under an OSS license) as well as binaries for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. If this sort of thing is your cup of tea, please enjoy!