We have a change log tracker, but I didn't copy it into the db. it's updated now. I'll see if we can pull off a developer to work on a roadman. RE: Myth vs. VDR, we will continue to include both. However our development efforts are with VDR mainly because some VDR developers are working on it with us--it's much, much easier to work with the core developers who know the app inside out, than try to "reverse engineer" it as an outsider (although we did just today get our first post from someone who seems to be a Myth developer). We've got some really cool stuff working with VDR and hope the new Pluto-VDR stuff will be stable soon. Nobody in the US knows VDR because it's a german project (even the docs are in German), but it is a quite mature project with users all over Germany. The only drawback for the US is that since VDR only works with digital tv capture cards, and there are no digital capture cards for US satellite and US premium cable (both are closed, proprietary unlike Germany which is DVB), so in the US VDR will work with the digital OTA TV and digital cable, but no satellite and no premium channels. However the only way to do that is with analog capture cards (like Myth was built for) and the picture quality is so much worse than say a High-def DirectTiVo, it's hard to be competitive commercially with analog cards. Windows XP MC does it, of course, but the Windows drivers they use do something differently than the Linux ones. It's strange because the encoding is in hardware, yet if you compare a Windows XP MC side-by-side with a Linux ivtv/blackbird the Windows pic quality is much better. Maybe MS is doing some post-processing??? Anyway, that's why we're focusing on digital TV/VDR.