I have found what I think may be a previously unreported bug with the C31. I only upgraded to the Genie and mini-clients a few weeks ago, but to my chagrin they gave me the "old" models, the guy said they needed to clear their inventory of the older models before they could start giving out the new ones. :-( Anyway, just discovered this last night.
On one of my mini-Genie receivers, (C31), it is connected via HDMI to an Onkyo receiver (let's call it a TXNR606 for the sake of discussion, it's actually a 626, but the remote codes are the same), which passes it on to a Sony LCD TV (KDL40VL160, I think). Anyway, the goal of the exercise is to go to Menu->Settings->Remote Control->Program Remote->Advanced and set up the Volume Lock feature so that the remote will use the Onkyo for ordinary volume up/volume down activity rather than the Sony's codes. So I go through the process to set AV1 on the remote to the Onkyo, and TV to the Sony codes, and I have verified that each works fine when moving the remote switch on the top - it can control the volume for either device if you take the time to move the switch.
Here's the bug:
When you go into the Volume Lock screen, it shows you both the Onkyo and the Sony TV (and disable Volume Lock) as the radio button choices on the left side of the screen. The Sony is selected by default. You CANNOT navigate the highlight to the Onkyo choice and have the unit reprogram the remote to behave accordingly. You can only select the Sony, or disable, the highlight skips over the Onkyo radio button when you try.
FWIW, the remote is in IR mode, not RF.
Edited by AndrewSi, 01 October 2013 - 01:30 PM.