It's so frustrating for me with these readers, It's also frustrating that I am attracted to British automotive offerings from the turn of the century. I have a Nanocom for my discovery which is absolutely perfect and does everything. My question is this, does this icarsoft box of tricks do early S types? Why did OBDII become standard in 1996 and I get cars on OBDI dealer only crap despite being made in 2000 Eh? I've got me dedicated laptop with windows VM, none of the IDS' work and I struggled to download IDS125 to try next. I've got it now, by using a different computer of all things! It's just simply a case of going out there again, hooking the car up to another car, risk bricking it for 25 minutes only to find that that won't work either, and even with the remote chance it does, risk bricking the car. To be honest, it's a ball ache so if there is even a hint of this tool working, I want to know about it please.