So I've figured out the memory registers on the A6000 ... I think. I love this capability ... almost. Last night I spent a little time setting up the three registers for three different shooting scenarios and felt relieved before I even used them that I wouldn't have to remember changing half a dozen or more settings each time my needs change. At this point I was only wishing for a couple of more registers and possibly the ability to name them. But today I got more than a little frustrated recalling them. First, I recalled the MR's by rotating the mode dial to MR and then using the menu system (press menu, navigate to the 5th choice on the 7th menu of the 1st tab) and pick which of the three. Worked but way to much trouble (only due to my ignorance). Next, I realized it was much simpler ... rotate the mode dial to MR, select and then left/right to 1,2 or 3 ... much better BUT still 4 discrete operations on three different controls and this ONLY WORKS IF THE MODE DIAL WAS NOT PREVIOUSLY ON MR. Switching to one of the other memory registers when you are already in a MR seems to require rotating the mode dial AWAY from MR and then BACK to MR to select a different register ... sure I will get used to this but I find it anti-intuitive and annoying (akin to requiring a move backwards before you are allowed to move forwards; illogical and unnatural IMO). Last, I hoped to be able to assign Memory Recall to a customized button. I chose C2 and found I could assign "Memory" to the button, but this is the SAVE memory function (I only realized this after inadvertently erasing all three of my registers). Memory Recall does not seem to be assignable. I suppose that this is because the mode dial MUST be in MR position to recall a register, but I would have hoped that the engineers could have worked out something to enable quick and intuitive memory recall without this being necessary ... at a minimum have MR assignable to a button even if it only worked when the mode dial was already at MR. So to recap, if you are already using Register 1, and want to switch to another register you have to: 1) Move the mode dial AWAY from MR 2) Move the mode dial BACK to MR 3) Press the Center button 4) Use the Control Wheel to choose which register 5) Finally press the Center button again. A much smoother UI would be to able to assign MR to a button that could be pressed once for the next register and repeat as needed so that you don't need to jump around fingering multiple controls. You would then only be one or two button presses away from selecting any of the three registers. Am I missing something ?