I just setup my third Revue. As with the previous two, it prompted to do a system update immediately. That went fine, and afterwards I logged in and set it to sync with my account so that the apps I had previously installed on the other two Revues (all use the same Google account) will be installed to this one automatically as well. This worked flawlessly with the second Revue. Shortly after, I got a notification that there was another system update that was downloaded and ready to reboot & install (today is January 1, 2013.) I performed the update, and now my mouse cursor won't disappear. If I reboot the Revue, it works as long as I don't use the trackpad/mouse... but once I do use it, the cursor returns to the center of the screen when I'm done moving it and stays visible - even if I'm playing videos. Obviously this isn't going to work. Sorry if I'm explaining this poorly, my head is killing me. If I move the mouse cursor using the trackpad, it moves to wherever I want it to. But a second or two after I stop using the trackpad, the cursor resets to the center of the screen and stays there. Because of this, I can't even move the cursor off the screen to watch something... it just keeps resetting itself to the center. Everything I watch has a cursor in the center of it. I mention the update because it is the only thing different than the first two Revues, which didn't have this problem. I haven't checked if those two want to perform a system update as well yet, but I will try at all costs to avoid it unless I know for sure this update is not what is causing this problem. Unfortunately, system updates do not seem optional once the Revue is aware of them. Does anyone have any tips/suggestions to fix this? Having a cursor in the center of my television for everything I do is unacceptable. Thanks.