My last three weeks I've been exploring GTV have been amazing. I now have access to virtually everything I could want from a variety of sources and am almost totally satisfied. Actually, I am totally satisfied. But, there are two things I used to have access to, and I dont currently know about how to do. One is my "around the world in a minute" breaking headlines type of info I got in the past when I turned the TV on. I used to pull up CNN, Fox News, etc... and watch for 5 minutes and get the headlines. Can I do this with Redux? I like Redux's potential, and I think there's a way, but MAN... that program is ALL OVER THE PLACE. If I can do it and there's a Redux wiki, tips, instructions, etc.. I'd be all over that. Also, can I optimize redux for me? Totally lost with that program. To be fair, I havent spent too much time with it, but this is one of those situaitons where I feel like if I had a wiki I could read through for 5 minutes I'd be set. The second area is Fox Sports. Specifically because I dont live in the region that I'm from (and where my sports team of choice is), I would love to have access to fox sports southwest. Is this a justintv type of thing or is there a different way people know of to get that type of feed? It's amazing to me that those two small things are my "only" things left with gtv. From other sports, music, videos, tv shows, etc.... GTV has completely filled the void and in many cases, so, so much more. OK, that's not true.. I thought of one small thing- better audio output control built into gtv.. but that's such a small detail. 3 weeks ago I was terrified I'd have to use that thing...bleh...comcast. 4 weeks ago I thought this couldnt be done.