I've got a buddy who's blind (that's "visually impaired" for you politically correct types). He would like to get a DVD player but is concerned with his ability to navigate the functions. My advice was to get a single-disk basic player so he wouldn't have to deal with "which disk is playing now" problems. But my general advice was that it was the software that was going to be his problem - for obvious reasons he can't use the video menu to navigate titles. I'm making him list of studio's preferences so he can hit a minimum of buttons to get the movie to start: Warner.....generally the movie starts playing on boot MGM........generally goes to menu on boot, but just hit "enter" button to start movie as "play" is highlighted etc. Other than this, what's some good advice on techniques for DVD access for the blind?