Paulsen - Thanks for the confirmation, that is what I thought. One more question though, other than the audio-delay setting, is there any other time where you think you think OSD over the picture would be really necessary?
Do I understand it correctly that what happens is basically you are watching a movie, you hit the menu button on the remote and the audio remains but the picture is replaced with the the text of the input/source, Surround Mode and Volume over a black background until you hit the menu button again and the picture re-appears? If that is how it works, can you basically hit the menu button two times really fast and miss only a few seconds of the video you are watching? I would probably just use it right after I started a movie to confirm that I am getting DTS or DD or whatever new HD format I might be using and to confirm the volume is not through the roof. If this is the case I am thinking I might not really "need" OSD overlay via HDMI.