Anybody else seen screwy info displayed when using remote control codes for switching to specific HDMI sources? I have buttons on my Logitech remote with discrete codes to switch to each of the HDMI sources. Most of the time, if I press a button to switch to a given source, and then press the button again to get the info bar to pop up on the Q90R, the info displayed is screwed up. The info bar shows "<NAME> HDMI <n>", e.g., "Comcast HDMI 3", where <NAME> is supposed to be the name edited into the Q90R for that source. It also shows source format and Game Mode if enabled. But most of the time, if I switch between sources and bring up the info bar, the <NAME>, format, and game mode shown are for a different source; the only thing that's right is the HDMI port number. For example, when viewing HDMI 3, which is "Comcast" cable, I'll switch to my PC on HDMI 4, where the configured source name is "PC", and the info bar will show "Comcast HDMI 4", or I'll switch to my Bluray player on HDMI 2, and the info bar will show "Comcast HDMI 2". And the format will still be showing 1920x1080/60p instead of 3840x2160/60p, and "Game Mode" won't be shown for the PC. Similarly, I may start out on HDMI 4 with PC info displaying correctly, but then switching to other sources will incorrectly show "PC HDMI 2" or "PC HDMI 3", and will incorrectly show "Game Mode". Pressing the button on the remote again quickly enough, before the info bar times out and disappears, causes the data to change to the proper data for that source. Another oddity, on the left of the info bar is a source icon. For my PC, it shows the PC icon (good), but for HDMI 2 and HDMI 3, the icon is an HDMI connector that always has "HDMI 4" above it. This is on firmware 1065.