Just upgraded to the BD60 for $229 (thanks Costco) and it puts my Sony BDP-S300 (that I paid $549 for - OUCH!!!) to shame. The build quality isn't as nice, but the HDMI 1.3, speed and profile 1.1 & 2.0 are beautiful. Still not like my Panasonic DVD-S97, but someday Blu will catch up.
Anyways, is there anyway to key in the timecode of the scene you want to go to? I can do it on my Sony Blu-ray & Panny DVD, but can't seem to figure it out on the BD60. The manual looks like it can only jump to a scene or title via the number keys, but I can't get that to work, either, at least on Blu-rays and haven't tried DVDs. I have a movie I was watching on the Sony and I got 01:17:12 in and would like to resume at the same place...
One other question - I keep changing my HDMI setting to 1080p out and it keeps reverting to Auto. It retains all my other settings like 24 fps and such, but this keeps changing. Has it happened to anyone else?
Preamplifier: Onkyo PR-SC5530 + DSPeaker Antimode 8033-Cinema
Amplifiers: Emotiva XPA-2 & XPA-5
Speakers: (5.1.2): Klipsch RP-250F mains, RP-450C center, RP-140SA surrounds, RP-140SA elevations, Power Sound Audio S3000i sub
Screen: LG 60PV450 Plasma TV Sources: Panasonic BDT-220, Roku 3, Comcast cable
Room: Extensive treatment with GIK Acoustics Bass Traps and Absorption Panels