I too view 1.2.9 as worse than 1.2.8. I've had about a 75% success rate for HD with 1.2.8. I'd rather continue to download accessible content at my desired resolution than downgrade everything. I would actually be a happy customer if the queue worked as intended and the items that failed failed. The queue stopping on a drm failure and the bug where extra items fail are what is bothering me. If a real fix isn't around the corner, I suggest the following compromise for 220.127.116.11, which I would install: * fix the queuing bug in 1.2.9 that often causes the item after a failed item to erroneously be reported as a failure (without producing an astlog) * add a resolution downgrade on fail option * in the client, send the wrapped keys for both the selected resolution and the 1.2.9 resolution to any stream's server (or whatever message is currently sent to spend a token and get a key) * in the server, if the selected resolution fails to decrypt, return the key for the lower resolution. Either way a single token is used and the download can succeed. * please provide a file nameing variable that can be used to label downgraded files. for example %downgrade is either "" if the original resolution worked or "downgrade" if it didn't. Above all, please don't force the upgrade to 1.2.9, for some of us it is worse than 1.2.8.