I have been using a HiMedia Q10 Pro for years. I am trying to make the switch to the Z9X. I thought this should be pretty straight forward but I have been working on this for two days straight and I am having nothing but trouble. My current issue is that when I set up an smb share source in ZDMC and scan it to import my library, ZDMC ignores the existing local .nfo, -fanart.jpg and -poster.jpg files which are saved along side each .mkv video file in their own folders. It will only attempt to scrape new info from The Movie Database or the Movie Database Python scrapers. If I select "Local information only" it will not import anything into the library. What is even more annoying is that neither The Movie Database or the Movie Database Python scrapers will bring in poster or fanart during the scrape. When I try to manually add poster, fanart or thumbnail art to a video after the scrape, ZDMC immediately crashes! So I am left with a really ugly library which I cannot fix. I also had my very large library meticulously maintained so it is a huge disappointment that it will not simply import like it did on the HiMedia. My HiMedia was running Kodi 16.1 when I exported the library as separate files. I would think ZDMC 19.1 would be happy with the .nfo, -fanart.jpg and -poster.jpg files exported from Kodi 16.1. Has anyone else experienced this or know how to work around it?