Golly, you expect a lot for $45. For $200 that still would be a lot. no rear USB port;
agreed. A front port is nice, but a rear port should of been 1st priority.no eSATA;
very few have this, even the more expensive modelsNTFS rather than FOSS HD filesystem;
never heard of a "FOSS HD" file system. Whats' the deal with that? tiny physical size;
as stated, it's perfect for a area with a small TV and/or a location that has a shelve space premium.no ethernet;
again, not at this price. That's secondary anyway, not a basic function.no period or dash;
they are aware of this and it is on my list. You can still go to the major channel and toggle to a sub channel. It's only a couple of extra button pushes,no hard data on tuner's lock and hold qualities;
no sure what you mean here?? Explain.no RF signal pass through unless on;
most that have this, which are few, this is usually the situation. Surely not any issue, just use a splitter.
If there was any mention of black level on composite output I missed it. After reading most of this thread,
There wasn't any until jjeff's post. Again, at this price point, not many would care or even know what you were talking about.