This section in the original post: "5 Better controlsBack in our Apple TV review, we sang the praises of using the iPhone/iPod Touch app to control it if youve either device, youll rarely reach for the Apple TV remote. Google TV, by contrast, involves a QWERTY keyboard layout (as specified by Google), and mouse control in combination with standard arrow keys to navigate. Which is confusing to say the least. The D-pads Select button, for example, has nothing to do with where the mouse cursor is, but instead clicks whatever you last selected using the keyboard. Some serious integration is needed. Of course, you could always use the app to control from your phone, but better basic controls would help the uninitiated.", contains the sentence: The D-pads Select button, for example, has nothing to do with where the mouse cursor is, but instead clicks whatever you last selected using the keyboard. Can someone clarify what that sentence means? Because I want to relate something that happened the other day. I went to my bank's website to add $3.00 to a friend's cellphone number. The $3.00 went through. I cut/copied/pasted the confirmation info. (in order to save it to a gmail draft after I log out of the bank website), then went to the page containing recent bank activity to confirm the charge; but in the process of hitting back buttons, etc., that charge went through an additional two times!!! That has never happened before. I was thinking it was a problem with the bank's website. But reading the aforementioned sentence, maybe I need to be VERY careful in the future when visiting my bank's website using the Google TV keyboard.