I have a first gen Roku player and love it, but it has its quirks. This is the 2nd gen, right? Wondering if someone can answer a question about it for me.
With the first gen Roku, if I add too many channels, the box goes absolutely haywire and will display some and not others in a sort of random fashion. Apparently, this is based on its limited memory, and there's no real error checking to see if it's run out of memory, it just spits up a warning that says, "You have too many channels" and then allows it anyway, but works bizarrely (I've even had it remove the 'channel store' channel).
Does anyone know if they've fixed that behaviour, or if they've added channel memory in these (or even the Roku 2s), or in ANY way made the adding/removing of channels more rational so that you understand the limitations before they cause problems?