I do want to say that what I was talking about (finding a key frame) only applies to FFX1, where there isn't any intentional autocorrection applied, AFAIK, and searching for a key frame sometimes takes you backwards a second or two.
Ah, even clearer. I do use FFX2, 3 and 4 for various reasons and they all react the same way.
If autocorrection seems too long on FFX2 or FFX3, that may be either because your reflexes are above the average user for which they calculated what the correction time should be, or the s/w release you're on may be beta or still needs to be tuned better for local vs. MRV autocorrect. I generally don't see autocorrect issues, because I'm a 30-skipper. I use that to get past MRV commercials and it works flawlessly for me.
I'm not on beta and I usually am on MRV. I do usually use the HR that the program was recorded on. I also do go to "Local" if I'm gonna watch a couple programs on a particular HR. I think that works better than leaving the MRV on. Might be my imagination. The only reason I use the slip is that I was missing too many relevant commercials with the skip. Such as new shows, that sort of thing.
I can usually stop the FFx right on the place that I want to be, but it goes back and I have to slip forward. Not a big deal. Something that's been happening to me long before MRV came on line. Does seem to have gotten a tad worse lately tho.