Wow, that's a great insight into the behind the scenes world of the EDP. Thank you so much. It's so nice to get the actual story and not some bit of marketing propaganda. (Hello Electrix!...oh wait... you're dead, right...) Anyway, I've worked in consumer electronics repair and I know how hard it is to chase down intermittent problems. Andre, have you given your memory a bath? All that LA smog can't be good for such things. I'm going to go home and continue testing my unit to make sure the fix holds. I kind of wondered how you guys were still getting that RAM. I used to use a stick of it as a keychain. HA! That worries me. I don't know of such things, but how hard would it be to change to a different memory configuration? How are you doing on that processor? Hell, I'm still waiting for the EDP Super + with stereo looping. Maybe I should track down some of these SIMMs now, while they still exist, just in case... Thanks again, Mark Sottilaro Andy Ewen wrote: > It would appear that some of the memory in the last 200 or so EDPs that > Trace Elliot built has a problem with bad contacts.