Anyways I just purchased the New RCA Lyra AV Multimedia Jukebox. For those of you unfamiliar with the product, it has a 3.5 inch LCD, 20 GB harddrive. You can store photos, Videos, and of course tons of Mp3s. The Unit has worked great with all the functions for the last 3 days ive been testing it. You can connect it via RCA cable and download TV programs straight to the Lyra ( For recording from DVD players or VHS it has somekinda copyright protection built in which im working on a fix or workaround now to let you know in the future). Tho Only problem I have with it, is to transfer Video from PC to Lyra. The Manual says "you must have video encoded in MPEG4 and the Audio encoded in MP3" Note: "The Lyra AV Jukebox can play most MPEG4-SP video content encoded with the DivX 4/5 and xVID codecs". Wel shoot i know it seem simple but im really starting to get frustrated hence the new thread. I ve tried transfering everymovie i own to this thing but still cant get anything to play right. I do get it to play. but the closest i got was with Austin Powers Spy who shagged(hehehe great flik) me which played but the audio was way out of sync behind the video by about 10-15 secs. Most of the video i get a error message on the Lyra saying "MPEG4-ASP (B Frames detected) Audio May be out of sync" or the audio plays and the video has lines threw it. Man Ive tried everything If someone maybe sees somethin i might have overlooked or maybe theres a good program for taking .avi, DivX or xVID and converting them to MPEG4-SP with MP3 audio compression (freeware if possible)I would be so grateful.