Amazon Instant Video sucks on my new Sony BD-S1500 Bluray player. My Panasonic ST60 TV has the same modern, front-end Amazon interface as the Sony S1500 BD player, but it loads videos totally differently. The ST60 takes a while to load the video, first with the "Checking connection speed" progress bar and then the "Loading video" progress bar, and then the video begins to play in full HD. The S1500 OTOH has neither progress bar but just a spinning circle, and while it starts up faster, it takes a full minute for it to ramp from sub-SD quality to HD quality. If I press Enter to bring up the controls, there is a grayed "HD" text indicator next to the elapsed time that becomes fully white once HD has been achieved. It's just terrible, and doubly so because seeking back to replay starts it all over again. It seems the TV takes the speed hit before it starts showing video, while the S1500 goes with a horribly bad adaptive approach. The Netflix implementation is SO MUCH BETTER than this Amazon Prime crap. Any ideas?