Yes, thank you. I found that thread earlier when doing a search but felt it was a dead thread. Figured these two players are very similar and this thread seemed to have more action.
Been putting this player through it's paces and it's a bit quirky. I put in a 2gb USB stick with a couple of pics and it was fine the first time. When I shut down the player and rebooted, it just hung with "USB in" on the display. I powered down and rebooted a few more times and it seems ok.
Also, a little flakey with HDMI handshake, just like LG and Samsung.
It doesn't help that my AVR, HK 254 is also flakey with HDMI. I find that if I fast forward or sometimes pause for a few minutes, I'll also lose audio and it comes back by changing sources on my AVR. It does this with my LG BD390, as well as the Insignia. My Sony N460 doesn't have this issue, so it has to be the way certain manufacturers implement HDMI. Of course, I know my HK 254 also has it's own HDMI issues. I still think the Insignia is a pretty nice player, I'll push it a little harder over the next few days, got 30 days to road test it. For the price I paid, short of completely crapping out, I can deal with the quirks.