I notice that if I turn off a device in the chain while the player is on, turn off the player, and turn on all my devices again, saving the player for last, the player gives me an error on the TV screen and tells me to press DISPLAY to continue. Then when I check the player's settings, I notice that some of the player's HDMI settings got changed, when I didn't change them. I then have to do the hold-stop-at-power-off reset and make all my settings again. I can avoid this by making sure that the player is the last device I turn on, and when finished, the first device I turn off. The problem with this is if I get a brief power interuption, I have to make all my settings again. Yet players with MediaTek CPUs (Pioneer BDP-52FD/53FD/62FD/140/150/160/170/440/450/LX55 and Yamaha BD-A1000/1010/1020 and BD-S473/667/671/673/677/1067) don't lose their settings and/or give me error messages every time a device in the chain is turned off while the player is on. When sharing the system with others who are not familiar or comfortable around technology, things get tense when explaining how important it is to turn the player on last and when finished, turn the player off first. Worse yet, if someone forgets, they get impacient when I have to take the time to perform the hold-stop-at-power-off reset and make all my settings again. As much as I appreciate the subtle difference multi-channel PQLS from my BDP-23FD gives me, I'm wondering if I should just give up PQLS and connect my Yamaha BD-A1010, get a Pioneer BDP-62FD before they disappear, wait and see if Pioneer comes out with a BDP-82FD/83FD this fall, or if we should convince Pioneer to release a firmware update for the players with Renesas CPUs that would prevent the players from being even the slightliest affected by even the briefest power interuption within the chain.