I am in the process of hacking 14 ePODs (9 done so far) and to make my life easier I modified the v2.04 files to include ie4 and to put links for ie3 and ie4 on the online menu. All of this is of course retained following a hard reset so it removes any need to download ie4 and set a shortcut to it. It occured to me that this might constitute v2.05 and that others here might be interested. So if there is any interest in these files I'll zip them up and send them to Randy.
I have also been forced to develop a few shortcuts in the hacking process, for example I never create the three files to defeat the logon, I never delete epods.exe and I don't load up the active sync files as all of these changes are already in v2.04. So I simply get past the logon screen, create a 56700 direct connection and set it as default, set the attributes of all files in epods system and then connect to the PC. From that point I delete all files and copy new ones across using Activesync. Then import the registry once only, do a hard reset, calibrate the screen, import the registry once more, do a soft reset and that is it. I usually create a new 56700 connection as the first is lost with the hard reset and then install other applications to the compact flash via active sync.
Using this procedure I have hacked 9 ePODs without a hitch, without any print() error and everything works fine.
Incidentally I had my original unit hacked to v2 and again using activesync I deleted the contents of Win_ and copied the contents of my version of v2.04, imported the registry, did a hard reset, calibrated screen, imported registry and did a soft reset. Everything is fine on that one too.