Not sure if this has been mentioned, but all of the buttons ar on the TOP of the device. I mounted one of these in a Middle Atlantic rack with the custom faceplate, and it's impossible to eject, turn on, or play without the remote. Why on earth would you not put the freakin eject button on the front of a device that's bound to be put in a rack?
Just get a rack shelf and place the unit on it. I know someone else who has a Mid Atlantic rack, and that's what they did.
Obviously you can do that, but when all the other equipment is in faceplats creating a nice clean "flat" front surface, it looks hokie to have a 2U shelf and a gap above it. That being said, form must follow function in that case. Or just program the remote to take care of it all for you
please take the high road in every post:do not respond to or quote a problematic post: report it HDMI.org:what a mess
HDCP = Hollywood's Draconian Copy Protection system
"A system under which it takes three men to check what one is doing is not
control; it is systematic strangulation." - Admiral Hyman G. Rickover
There is a current (10/15/07) problem playing some blu-Ray disks (Fantastic four 2). First the disk will prompt for a firmware update to be able to play the disk. After the upgrade the video will play but you get audio drop out. I have tried both DD5.1 and DTS audio tracks. Both have the audio drop out.