My father-in-law's decade-long relationship with MSNTV/WebTV came to an end last night, as Microsoft finally shut it down. He was old school, relying not just on the outdated box, but on dial-up to get it on the net. We got DISH internet installed, and that's working great. And after showing him tablets and chromebooks, he decided that he still wanted the lean-back, recliner experience, and opted for a Sony GS8 box. He's not tech-savvy at all, and he had some comfort in the relative familiarity. Unfortunately, I knew nothing about Google TV, and bought it for him after about only 30 minutes of research (we were in a time crunch). A couple questions, if you guys don't mind: 1: He HAS TO have a full sized keyboard, so I bought a Logitech K400. It mostly works, but there are some keys seemingly missing. First and foremost, there doesn't seem to be a browser "back" key (or any kind of back key) analog on the K400. Is there one that I'm missing? Can I install something that'll let me map, say, the escape key or a function key to back? (Escape does seem to function as back sometimes, but not in the Chrome browser.) 2: In the browser, is there an easy way to bring up the bookmarks, besides hitting the menu key? (Said menu key ALSO not having an analog on the K400, except via function-home, I think). 3: Is there no native email client with some kind of notification? I tried K-9, and it was generally not very good, at least as far as I could tell. 4: Is there any way for me to map keys to launch apps? Things would go much smoother for him if I could say "Press F1 to get your browser" or "Press F3 to get your email". 5: I'd love to bring bookmarks onto the home screen. For instance, I'd love for there to be an ebay icon on the home screen he could simply select, and go to in his browser automatically. (And, as a result of number 4, be able to map a key to launch it). Thanks for any help.