I've been a member of this Forum for 3 years, and I still have a very newbie-esque question to ask. My first DVD player was a Panasonic A115. I've had it for years, and have been very pleased with its performance. However, I decided to upgrade to a progressive scan player with component out, so I bought another Panasonic model, an S35, today. I've noticed a few minor features of my older Panasonic model are missing on my new one. These same features were missing on other, more off-brand DVD players that friends of mine have owned, and I just assumed they were missing because the players were of lower quality. The features in question are things like the player automatically remembering where you were in a DVD, even after you turn the power off, and using the numbered keypad on the remote control to choose chapters. The latter feature is available on my new Panasonic, but you have to do it when the disc is stopped. So, my question is this: Have these features been eliminated in the newer model DVD players, or is it just Panasonic? If they are available, is it only on higher end players now? If I remember correctly my original Panasonic A115 was pretty low end when it was released.