I have read horror stories by others here concerning "bricking" their transceivers while either programing or updating firm ware via USB connection. Quite a few rigs on the market require the installation of special USB drivers prior to connecting the tranceiver to their computer. My particular experience involves Yaesu. A few years ago I successfully added a Yaesu driver to a Windows 10 laptop. It was relatively easy to confirm the USB driver in Device Manager before connecting the transceiver via a USB connection. I had no problems. Recently I updated my shack computer with a unit having a lightly newer version of Windows 10 (1803). While attempting to add the Yaesu USB driver (actually SiliconLabs CP210x) I was unable to confirm the driver with Windows 10 Device Manager. Contacting Yaesu their response was that current Yaesu download of CP210x works with the latest Windows 10 version. Google CP210x and you will find that it has compatibility problems with Windows 10 ver 1803. I am hesitant to just plug in the transceiver USB connection and attempt programing or firmware update w/o confirming the proper USB driver is in place. Anyone else out there having problems with USB drivers and latest versions of Windows 10?