Originally Posted by drunkenmastera
NVM, it does have this feature. The google tv is going back.
It does, yet it's not that useful. You can't tell it to not show you SD and HD content by default (f*ck SD, right?). Also, it seamlessly integrates paid and free content, without any way to determine if your selection is going to come from a free service provider or a 'paid' service like VUDU that wants you to pay 2.99 or whatever per movie.. which is totally ridiculous.
So, while the integrated guide COULD'VE been sweet, they turned it into a useless feature because of the above issues with the implementation.
Interestingly I did the EXACT same thing - bought the GTV, was not real happy with the lack of Miracast and a couple other things, and then traded it in for this. The magic remote on the LA7400 is way more responsive, pointer wise, IMO. Regardless of the guide, I suspect you will be happier with the LA7400 - I know I was. The only real downside is the decrease in the # of HDMI ports from 4 to 3... I really wish they would've left it at 4.