Sure......I certainly can. I just read this post and I'm at work right now. I will try to remember to send it tonight. If I happen to not get to it, I will get it sent tomorrow evening. I downloaded the latest DirectX (10), thinking it might fix the issue, but it didn't. I thought I would try starting a NEW project to see if it was the house rendering I had. In the one that has given me such trouble, I used the house image as the yard image also. When I get the message, it appears as though there is a dead spot in the center of the house. When I go to put in lights (along the gutters) it stops showing them. I tried the garage and it only shows the lights on the right side. I found that interesting and grabbed a yard decor and drug it up over the house and saw there was a dead area in the whole center of the image, meaning: my yard decor disappears, then re-appears as I exit the dead area. You'll see this when I send you the file. When I started the new project, I didn't use the house for the yard. I still get the Direct3D error, but it still allows me to put in lights and there isn't a dead area on the house. If you would like, I can also send that file so you can compare.