yep, and about 40 page downs will get you through the 12 days. Sorry, my one HUGE disappointment right now is the amount of guide data shown through-out the entire interface. There are vast amounts of area given to nothing. I have an old Sony A-1 on a 32 inch TV that has 3 times the vertical listings per screen and 1 extra hour horizontal in the listing. It's perfectly legible on the 32 inch TV.
edit: And the cool thing is you hit display to toggle various views of the guide. First has a focus on the show info, 2nd shortens the info and adds 4 rows to the guide, 3rd click truncates the info to just the show name/time etc.. on one line and an additional 4 rows of guide data are shown. It rocks.
I'll have to agree with you that there is room for improvement on the "List Style" guide in the DVR Plus platform.
TiVo only shows 8 lines of 8 lines of data in this guide mode, while the DVR Plus shows only 5 lines.
On the DVR Plus, the channel number is repeated on each row in the list, which is superfluous since the channel number is listed in the header above the list. Removing the channel number from within each row would permit the program name to be lengthened.
The Tune Now and Done options in the left menu are really useless... If a user is in a guide and wants to tune to a channel, they'll hit SELECT on the channel in the guide, not wait to come to the Info List guide to tune to it. Done? Most users would simply hit BACK or EXIT, and not bother arrowing LEFT and then DOWN to DONE.
So remove this menu and make the list wider, filling the full width of the screen, OR ...
... replace the menu at the left with a list of channel numbers and labels, and then use RED and GREEN as options to move to the next or previous number, so a user could remain in the "list guide" and scroll upcoming programs on channels very quickly and very conveniently.