I see this pattern: Once upon a time, about the 80's, to operate a computer you needed to be a computer programmer of the highest calibre. Then came the 90's to 2000's where everything got simpler, windows based, plug and play, all USB compatible etc etc. Now every program, software, firmware and hardware is so updatable and configurable, you just about need to have a PHD in programming again just to get it to do simple tasks. I don't want all the options all the time, I just want it to work. No fuss, turn it on and go. What gives? Are all the tech companies out there trying to make their products undesirable for the complications of making them do what you want them to do? Seems every piece of equipment I buy now, I need to go online and make phone calls to work out how to run it. Baz.