Recently my 1st gen PS3 bit the bullet. I rarely used it for video games anymore, but it was our main Netflix streaming device, as well as our BluRay player. Since I don't really play games hardly at all, I decided to just buy a BluRay player. I picked up a Sony BDP-S3200 unit, built-in WiFi. I hardwire mine to ethernet, since my router sits right next to the player, but I digress. The perceived issue is this: almost every time I turn on the unit and select an app to use (Netflix, Pandora, etc), I get a 3-step process of "Aquiring internet content", then it installs, then confirms and then all the apps work. The process only takes 10 seconds tops, but I wonder why it has to do this. My PS3 never did. Is this actually an issue with my BR player forgetting my network settings, or is this process normal for keeping current with internet apps? FWIW, this process happens whether I'm hardwired or on WiFi connection. The other thing I've noticed is that if upon power-up I view my network settings before running any app, they all work immediately without needing to go through the 3-step process.