Show frequencies or UHF channels, not LCNs in Settings Menu
With the introduction of Mux 7 and the CoMuxes, it appears that there are more people having problems tuning to distant transmitters rather than their local one.
When you check signal strengths under the Settings menu, the box shows the LCN (Logical channel number) rather than the frequency or UHF channel number. The frequency information would be particularly useful in identifying tuning problems. For example, it is quite common for somebody to be able to receive more than one main transmitter (the Wirral is an example). In these circumstances you are offered the choice of which region you wish to use however this information is not always used when the box does its overnight housekeeping and finds, say, a BBC'1 on UHF 21 and 43 (random numbers) If the signal on UHF 21 is temporarily higher, perhaps because of atmospheric conditions, the box will lock in on that rather than the usual UHF 43.
The ability to manually tune would of course be the ideal but in terms of diagnostics, the real frequency information "UHF 21" or "474.0 MHz" rather than the LCN "Channel 1" would really helpful.
Sorry if one or the other is on the consolidated list. It would seem to be a simple programming change that could be easily implemented (as this is YouView I shall be checking with my doctor about my having delusional thoughts!)