Here's my take on the HD Pack, channel grouping, etc. issue. I agree that I could make several favorites lists. One just for movies, one for documentaries, one for kids shows, etc. What I'd rather do (and what our family does in practice) is have one favorites list that simply includes all the subscribed channels. If we want to watch network TV, just go to channel 2 and look around there. If we want kids shows, punch in 290 and look. Movies, channel 500. So, with the way we use our system, keeping the HD Pack separate (grouping channels with other like channels) would be ideal. That said, when we subscribed to the HD Pack (back when it was all in the 70s), I'd often go to that section, see all the HD stuff available, and record whatever looked interesting. Whether it was a documentary, old episodes of Knight Rider, newer SciFi episodes in HD (Enterprise, Torchwood, etc.). Then when I was in the mood for (insert type of programming here), I'd go to the recorded list and see what goodies were available. With 2TB of space, I can usually find something I'm in the mood to watch. So, while I'd prefer the channels to be separated, I've also found it useful to have them all together. No biggie either way.