This is in VB6 (may also apply to VB.net)
CheckBoxes can have three states (Checked, Unchecked, Greyed).
But I'm using them to set boolean variables (MuteSound, etc.) This is definitely a value that has only two states. Unfortunately, the Checked and Unchecked don't correspond to a True/False value.
So, I can't have:
If bMuteSound then blah blah
1. Force the value when setting/reading the Checkbox.value to be boolean: