It actually didn't create any new issues that I had, but I voted for that one. Here's the reason: actually my problems began with 2.60. I only had one or two quirks. Mainly the game play on POTC discs wouldn't load right. I have my 300 hooked up to an old 4:3 TV and certain movies menus would not correspond to the TV setup. Actually, both the 300 and the S1 would do this, but I will concentrate on the 300 for this thread.
Anyway, here's how it stands: Meet the Robinson's shooting game and Chicken Little Invasion game are very slow resonding. Meet the Robinson's game is the worst. The screen resolution changes after you die. Hard to explain, you would just have to see it. Also, Chicken Little game play is almost the same, but it also has problems with onscreen selections. They are not complete. meaning that you can't see the whole button or word that is one the button. I forgot to mention the Surf's Up game doesn't play well with both machines either.
I will say that I am not really interested in game play, but I thought that my 5 yr old would like to try them. It's funny because she actually doesn't care about them. But, if you put a game on the disc you should be able to play them without any problems such as these. Isn't that what the Panasonic Hollywood Lab is all about? Testing all of the discs on all available machines before they are mass produced and distributed. That's what I thought.
I will say that load times for POTC and Fox new titles have been quicker and they did resolve the issue with the displaying of the menus on POTC.