Hey Gang, I got the Revue a couple days ago and everything is working pretty much perfectly except from one major deal-breaking problem that I can't seem to figure out. Everything is fine while I am actively watching and using the STB/GTV, but as soon as I power down the TV and the Uverse box (with the AT&T remote) I run into problems. Normally the STB goes into a lower-power stand-by mode that still does some things like kick-on to record scheduled shows. The problem is now when I power down the STB doesn't go into stand-by, it goes into some sort of deeper off state that doesn't come back on to record, and it goes through a much longer power-up process. It's not quite as long as the Manual Reset, but it's obviously not working like it's supposed to. This doesn't seem to happen right away, it's more like after some period of inactivity. At first, I thought maybe the GoogleTV box was sending it the wrong "off" signal via IR, so I removed the ATT box from the GTV profile and set it instead to Generic Video source. This seemed at first like it was better, but this morning my test show failed to record overnight and it again went through this longer start-up process. Anyone have any experience with this issue? Could the AT&T box be getting information via HDMI that's sending it into this state? Could this be some sort of DRM measure AT&T is taking when it detects something between it and the TV? I'm not sure what else could be going on. Here's the Set-up: Video: AT&T Uverse STB (VIP-1225) > HDMI > Logitech Revue (Latest Updates) > HDMI > Samsung TV Audio: AT&T Uverse STB (VIP-1225) > HDMI > Logitech Revue (Latest Updates) > Optical > Samsung HT-Z510 Thanks in advance! _matt Update: I guess it's a known software issue between this AT&T box and the Revue.