I've just bought my first Honda car, an '06 Accord, which is proving a real delight. I'm primarily a motorcyclist, with a '78 BMW R100 RS, so my online name Sunbeem reflects the "Beemer" within, rather than any inability to spell. I've spent many years designing and fabricating ironwork for old buildings - everything from the gate to the weather-vane - and the part of the country I call home is now dotted with examples of my work. I found that I learn more from my mistakes than my successes, and some of my inadequacies are set in stone ... Things have moved on a bit since my old Berlingo was built, fine old bus that it was it had few of the refinements with which I now fiddle in bemused fascination. Sat-Nav! Motorised seats! More lights than Nasa ... I've not found the fuse-box yet, which is odd since it must be the size of a small suitcase. My first triumph was (sans specs) to insert the Sat-Nav disc into the gap immediately above the case, thus losing it to the inner recesses of my new purchase. Not realising my error, and finding the on-screen advice less than encyclopedic, I stumbled upon this forum, and learned of the butter-knife approach to cleaning the internals. When that failed, I was reduced to some more serious archaeology, delving deeply into the central console until the recalcitrant disc was spotted and relocated in it's proper place. No doubt other woes will befall me, the imagination of the cosmos never fails to surprise me in this regard, and I'll be hoping for information and advice to keep the show on the road. The first 300 miles, with some trailer pulling, and enthusiastic "checking the turbo" saw 48 MPG, which I'm well pleased with. I'll see how frugal I can bear to be for the next 300. Sunbeem.