On October 6, 2009 at 10:15, tgav8rs said...
Firmware updates on everything you receive should be the norm. It isn't that the company is good or bad about sending out the latest equipment, the issue is that from the time the product is packaged and delivered to you, there may be changes in firmware from the factory. It's just a good practice to get into, IMO.
Except when it's not! I remember quite a few times (on the Crestron list) when there have been issues with working systems that came up because people had upgraded the firmware and then they were crucified for updating it, LOL. I seem to remember quite a problem when updating to firmware 4.0 on the 2-series processors.