Hi All, Not sure this is the right forum, but here goes.... my in-laws are complete technophobes. My father-in-law has his secretary print out his emails. To his AOL address. That's how bad they are. They have kids scattered about, and grandkids as well. I'd like to get them a wifi photo frame that can accept and display pictures with ZERO input from them. Meaning, if I send them a pic, it will come up on the frame automatically. That way, all the scattered kids can email pics to them and have them display with no effort on their part. I looked at this Ceiva device, which seems aimed squarely at my in-laws' demographic. However, it looks a bit pricey for what you get (an 8" frame of questionable quality), and there's a monthly fee of $7 after the first year. Seems like a lot. Is there any alternative that simply connects to wifi and has its own email address that can get and display pics by itself? Thanks!