OK, here's the scoop. I've been playing with discrete codes trying to get them to work on the Neo. I've got something really cool I want to share. You can unzip .NCF files with any ZIP archiver. I recommend using XP's Compressed Folders because it's the easiest to work with. When you unzip the .NCF, you'll see a ConfigEdit.xml and a 'Bitmaps' directory. The only file you need to worry about is the ConfigEdit.xml. You can use any text editor to edit this file. The trick is identifying the learned IR code to manipulate. The way I do it is as follows. I go into NeoEdit, place a new Beep action, and set it to a frequency like '3500'. Be sure the Beep is after the current learned IR code. That way I can search for that string within the editor. The learned IR code preceeding the beep is the one you want to edit. You may enter the discrete code there. '00' becomes '0'. I have been doing some testing and it seems hopeful. Please let me know what you think. I'll post a follow-up message soon.