To clarify some of the questions about "forced 24p", this is my understanding.
Some are requesting "forced 24p" because their receiver, display, or something in the chain is not broadcasting the proper EDID back to the player stating that it is 24p-capable, thus the player defaults to 60p output. The Toshiba players DO NOT have this option of "forcing 24p", i.e ignoring the absence of the proper EDID.
Toshiba's idea of "forcing 24p" is displaying 1080p24 output regardless of the original source. That means SD DVDs, video content - menus and extras, etc. are all shown at 24p if you select that option. That is, if your display, receiver broadcasts the proper EDID.
The "auto" mode for 24p output never has and never will work. It was designed to output 24p or 60p automatically, based on the source content. BUT, it required some flag to be set/authored into the titles. As the format died before any such titles were authored, it will never work.
Someone correct me if I am wrong.