The 360 runs the same as before.
I've been reading lots of posts, but thats it. No comments I'm pro HD-DVD because of development costs and costs to us as end consumers. Really $40 for fox titles is soso Laserdisc pricing and prohibits many from buying blind. Which reduces sales on ebay
Yes I did have the wireless controller so that is why I didn't see it. Plus I hokked it up in a tight spot. Thats another plus then. I didn't put 2 and 2 together pull the TV out and disconect the wireless adaptor.
I used the myscenes special feature which worked flawless today. I booked marked some scenes for the kids and they used myscenes without a hitch.
Another - is when using myscenes it takes a good 5-10 seconds to start the movie from your bookmarked scenes.
Comparison with the Toshiba is difficult because I'm using 2 different setups. I love Dolby True HD and firmware 2.0 is great. Plus I only evaluated King Kong and not a standard DVD which I love the Toshiba's upconversion. I give the HD-DVD add on drive an A. Considering you get a $20 - 25 movie with it is a + plus the remote control(but most of us have that anyway). Its my second HD-DVD drive and yes I do want a 3rd. I'm really impressed for now.
I think the drive is a great secondary unit and a good primary unit. If you want something great you need Dolby True HD and probably want faster load times as well. So it looks like the new Toshiba maybe the best drive