Advertisements It's amazing how minimal the message about the 11.0 update is, especially given the huge jump in the version number -- "reorganized menus", and that's it. The same change as in 9.3.1 to 9.3.2, minus the controversial "More About" thing. (I figure they only came up with that while 11.0 was already underway, and they'll inflict it on us later.) We know that 11.0 must also contain the changes needed to support Netflix, but that still seems like a much smaller change than the one from 9.3 to 9.4, which introduced video streaming, as well as folder play, folder delete, guide during playback, etc. There ought to be something huge in 11.0. But what? (I suppose it may only indicate an architectural reorganization that's invisible to the end user.) Here's what I've found so far: * HME apps seem to start up a little faster, but I'm not certain. * High-def HME apps -- the "Please Wait" stays in the center instead of moving to the upper left. Actually, the HD version of it doesn't appear at launch, only at the end, but it's in the center then. * Weird artifacts tonight at one point after trick play -- the video zoomed ahead, and then slowed down to below normal speed, all while the audio played normally. And it stayed that way until I trick-played back over the point where the problem started, although I didn't give it very long.