Thank you, glad things are working for you. The tinkering with Android is sure a lot of fun for me. cas_xp is not finished with the camera - the snapshots part is working well, I think, but recording or streaming video might not be ready yet. jack - wifi is not very good in the Le Pan tablets in general (I have a long and detailed discussion thread with screenshots, measured bandwidths, etc here). I found that my LP1's wifi worked best (although not optimail) with the 4749 leaked factory firmware. It was never posted on the Le Pan site, but we got a copy from their FTP server. Have been asking cas_xp to please use 4749 as the base for his CM7 Beta builds, a lot of the drivers and parts are taken from the Le Pan original firmware since we don't have source code or drivers for it. If you want to try and see how yours runs with that version, you could do a full Nandroid Backup of your CM7 Beta, install 4749 (wippe the caches as usual for ROM installs) and test it. Then compare your results. Here's a snapshot of a 650 MB video file being copied from my Windows Server2003 machine to the tablet - this while running 4749 version: This is about 8 Mb/s average, and it's quite choppy (not a nice thing, as it shows inconsistent speed). And if I try it with CM7 Beta (all beta versions so far are built with firmware 4431 base, I believe) : It looks better, showing higher speed, about 12 Mb/s average. BUT - the file transfer dies, after maybe 5% or so. You can see it on the sudden drop in the graph. cas_xp made a similar test, and his tablet copied the file OK, his graph looked similar to my 4749 version one. What changes? there might be variations in the hardware from tablet to tablet, antenna placement, etc. For me, CM7 wifi works best with WiFi Fixer app (free from the Market), at least it sees and tried to restore the dying wifi connections. For comparison purpose, here's a similar test, same size file, running in our Archos 101T tablet (with UrukDroid 1.6.1 firmware) : Wifi is a major issue for tablets. It's their only umbilical cord to the 'Net and other systems in your own network. Wifi in the Le Pans needs improvement, it's complicated and I am not sure how much we can achieve in the end though.