Having swapped my Sony 900 for a Panasonic e95, can anyone explain the high speed dubbing to me...... According to the manual (if I am reading it right) if you high speed dub from the HDD to a DVD-R you keep all the chapter marks and thumbnails, maintain picture quality but cant use Flexible Record so it doesnt fill the disc space available. If you set the dubbing speed to Flexible Record (ie 'real time') you lose the chapter marks and thumbnails (or they move) and you may suffer a loss in picture quality but you do at least fill the disc space. All this is in the table in the manual comparing the two methods. Am I reading this right? Surely you want no drop in picture quality, all the chapters etc in the right place AND flexible recording? Am I doing something wrong here........?