Sorry for my emotional title, but I bought one of the new Mitsubishi WD-57731 DLP TVs last night after reading a nice review of one and looking at it myself. However, today, after re-reading the review, something concerned me - it doesn't feature direct input access. When I read it, I figured that it meant that it wasn't a single button push to select an input, but instead was a multiple step process. No problem - I already have a macro to do that on my current TV, so I thought it would just require a new macro. I went to a local store and used the remote, but sure enough, when you hit input, it brings up a menu for you to select your video input. It starts with your current input selected. Therefore, it appears that there's no way to have a fixed macro to always select the video mode you want. That means that my current one-step process of switching over to watch a DVD will become a 10-15 step process and that's simply not realists. I'm not going to put up with that. I'm hoping someone here might know how this could be avoided - has anyone found a way to use this kind of TV with fixed macros? And what idiot out there decided to not supply a direct way to select them? It's on the verge of costing them a sale!