> >What are the "right" drivers? The adapter came with nothing but Palm > >Desktop software. You may run into a problem here... IIRC, the Palm USB cable is just that, a cable. The Pal Pilot itself does all of the protocol translation, similar to my Kodak Digital Camera which had a DIN-8 plug on the camera itself, and the a choice of a USB cable or a 9-pin Serial cable to transfer images to your computer. The Camera actually has both interfaces built into it, and merely senses which type of cable is attached to it. Also, IIRC, your standard Serial and USB do not use the same types of data transmission (I.e. Tx, Rx, RTS, DTR pins going high/low to represent data...) Which is why devices like the Keyspan USB-Serial adaptor are still rather bulky. (And while I'm posting, how soon till you'll be able to reverse-engineer the Airport Extreme card ;) Anything I could do to help out with that...) -- Andrew Koch Website: http://www.lildobe.net Maintain thy airspeed lest the earth shall rise up and smite thee!