Summary: I didn't like the fact you can't see the buttons on the face of the dvd player. They just light up where the options are. We have to just randomly press the front hoping it isn't the wrong button tell they light up to see where the different buttons are
Summary: This was our second 2400, as I wanted both of ours to match, so the wife wouldn't have to continue to struggle with two different interfaces and remotes. The 3400 is the identical box, with wifi added.
Pros: We used to like the T*shiba interface, quite a bit... They have excellent search functions.
Cons: The latest player update contains a EULA, which plainly states that T*shiba and its affiliates will regularly invade the user's privacy, upon acceptance (I read the fine print.). They also make it difficult to refuse, because the acceptance and/or failed network banners reset, each time the machine is power cycled. Power cycling is necessary when you use online providers like Netfl*x or H*lu Plus, as these boxes do occasionally lock up, like most any.
Summary: Yes, it does what its supposed to do. But the programming software is really inferior. Things take forever to load (you almost think it's broken), and moving between functions is a real chore. If you should make a mistake (God forbid!), it takes forever to start over. In this day and age, this performance is totally unnecessary. I am quite disappointed, especially since I always considered Toshiba to be a top of the line company.