Yes, I get that, and the list itself is in the proper order, newest on top. My complaint is (and I guess I'm just not clear about it) is that the floating info box should default to showing the earliest episode, which accomplishes two things: 1) for most people this is the default watching order, from earliest to latest, so if you want to go into the folder and check episodes, that's where you'd like to start with the newer episodes stacked above it. This would make it easier to go to the earlier episode rather than having to scroll down. 2) It removes the "spoiler" aspect to those of us who binge. As mentioned, for example, if I want to start from E1 and the floating info shows up first on the last episode, there is potential to spoil what happens. Say there are 3 main characters at the start of the show, Jim, Bob and Jane. Now the newest episode is the default episode highlighted (as is the case now) and the info box says "After Jim's death, Bob and Jane contemplate their futures", well that's a huge spoiler isn't it? We've all seen info boxes like this. So my thought would be, when opening a folder to see the episode list, either open with the oldest first "info'd" or give the option to remove the floating info box (i.e. classic list).