I had a certain amount of problem at first - couldn't get a consistent signal. To cut a long story short I eventually found that a touch type table lamp cable was somehow interferring with the box's power cable and affecting the signal (keeping a hand on the box's (unearthed) power cable would improve signal and vice versa). Finally I moved the table lamp and now everything works fine.
I Now consider this a very good box for the money - it only loses a star for the problem.
-Firstly, and important for me, it can be connected to the TV's AERIAL socket - so useful for extending the life of older TV (no scart) or, for newer TV's, easier than feeding a thick/unwieldy scart cable some distance to the telly. [NOTE: Such boxes are not easy to find. In my quest I thought that "RF Out" was all I needed But then I discovered that on many boxes which have an "RF Out" that this is actually a simple by-pass loop and would only send raw, unprocessed signals to the TV. You need to double check that "RF Out" is an an RF/UHF Modulator.]
-Secondly, set-up is easy - once plugged in and all connected, hit OK on the remote and off it goes.
-Thirdly, it has all the features you need, Channel list, Favourite lists, simple but effective 7-day program guide, good Remote which can also control your TV on/off and volume.
-Fourthly, in "standby" it will continually search and add new channels automatically and tell you the next time you switch on.
Overall you cannot fault it for the price. Does the job - does it well.
So pleased with this box I have now installed a second box for another TV (in another room) but came across a new problem. Basically could not get any signal at all. Took me a while but eventually discovered that my Sky Box (in the lounge but also cabled to the bedroom) was transmitting RF (UHF) on the same channel as the Freeview Box (847m CH:68) and was therefore in conflict. Solution: Simply you need to change the RF Channel on the Freeview Box. To do this you will need to connect elsewhere OR take Sky (or any other conflicting device) out of the picture. This is just so you can tune in and get to actually see the Menu from the box. Using the TV Configuration-RF Modulator menu, change the Channel number and retune the TV. You may have repeat the Channel change 2 or 3 times to ensure the best signal. This may sound laborious but it took me about 10 minutes in a different location and then re-install in the new location where now I can still receive Sky, control Sky with a TV Link Magic Eye AND get all the freeview channels.
I should emphasise this NOT a problem with the box but rather caused by other equipment or factors. This may be the reason for some low star ratings by some reviewers.
THIS IS A GOOD BOX and, for the the money, great for those not wanting to ditch their old (but good) telly. I would like to upgrade the rating to 5 stars.