This straightforward PCF came about as a result of the need for a design which handles the addition of long strings of text and ongoing button realignment without difficulty. In the past I have concentrated on a customized label for each button because the text looks so much better, but the shear volume of text used in this PCF made the model insupportable. So I ended up settling on a simple button and frame design so that on going additions are made easier. I even developed a simple repositioning graphic (behind the frame) to aid in this constant and frequent process. I then focused on buttons and various frame openings being perfectly aligned so page jumping is visually less tiring and annoying. The priority has become the burgeoning growth of my DVD collection. As if continually adding movie thumbnails to the file and various genres wasn’t enough, I came up with the idea of adding two new search engines! For those who don’t readily recognize the picture on a DVD cover, I added Search by Title and Search by Actor. All of the artwork for this PCF’s design evolved from the needs of the DVD Lobby area and then migrated to the rest of the file for a consistent and professional look. PCF includes: complete control of 17 theatre activities, customized and device specific loading pages for each activity both in both start up and shutdown mode, a DVD Library of 700 films, special artwork pages for DVD sets, re-tooled and extensive help screens, cable logo access buttons for Dallas/Fort Worth area using Daniel Tonks’ buttons and a custom frame which I think enhances the great look of Daniel’s button, an easy to use device teaching menu giving quick access to each device for learning, X10 lighting control with active graphic of my theatre floor plan (Tonks’ style), plus different slideshows of family, friends, theatre pictures, and of course, my puppy! The PCF is now clocking in over 2500 pages and still showing 56% free memory! Special thanks and recognition to Lowpro, Lyndel McGee, and Daniel T for their continuing support and comments. Please MAKE a donation to Remote Central if you use this file in commercial application. "The TSU 7500 RULES!"