When you press the power button on the front panel, it lights up
with a faint green tint.
I was prompted with some initial setup screens to determine
primarily if I was NTSC or PAL, and determine what language I preferred to read
the display in.
The remote offers quick access to options that you can get to
using the 'Menu' button on the unit.
I pressed 'Source' on the remote and checked the VGA connection
first. Everything looks crisp and bright from the start.
Picture in picture (PIP) is a feature of the 930mp. However, be
aware that PIP seems to only work if you are using a VGA/DVI as the main
display. As shown above, the smaller picture overlay only displays the
off-the-air channels. Component and composite are not available for PIP, which I
find a bit strange.