All I've really done since receiving my U9-H, installing Kodi 17.1 and my favourite repos and add-ons is to upgrade the U9-H to FW004A. Based on another thread on this forum and reading some "other advice" I loaded an advancedsettings.html file to Kodi but I'm not certain if the settings are optimum or even correct. The settings file I initially loaded were: <advancedsettings> <network> <buffermode> 1 </buffermode> <readbufferfactor> 8.0 </readbufferfactor> <cachemembuffersize> 104857600 </cachemembuffersize> </network> </advancedsettings> However, based on the the How to modify Cache Wiki at: http://kodi.wiki/view/HOW-TO:Modify_the_cache According to the Wiki I should be using the below Kodi 17.1 settings for a box with RAM of 1gb although I am still not sure of the correct memory setting for the 2gb U9-H or the readfactor of 20? I do (try to) watch a little live streaming like the F1 races but lately have had little joy because of the buffering there. Most other streams seem to be reasonable. My main use is streaming from my Win 7 PC which works fine to my 1080p TV. <advancedsettings> <cache> <buffermode>1</buffermode> <memorysize>139460608</memorysize> <readfactor>20</readfactor> </cache> </advancedsettings> Can anyone offer any further advice on optimum settings?