I didn't see this being talked about. I know it's going to be somewhat of a pain for me to remember to re-program the correct time due to daylight savings time starting 3 weeks earlier than normal. (March 11) Not so much as to having to adjust the run times and such, but not too sure if I set the clock ahead, timers that already take into account daylight savings time will bump it ahead again. If that is true, then that means I need to re-adjust again. Man, What a pain. I can look at people like Hayes where like myself has multiple clocks that need to be re-adjusted at different sites. Just like me, you don't want the water to come on when people are walking around the irrigated sites. Any thoughts guys? Were most of you aware of the new daylight savings start time? I not only see our industry being effected by this with little nuisance,like people who will be charged for prime time when in effect they may be using off-peak time(talking about cell phones) or like what is being proposed here in CA by P.G.&E converting meters to electronic devices so they can charge more at peak usage time.