Well, as long as you are so responsive , Let me add my suggestion.
The thing I loved about Rockbox (other than the uberfast database refresh), was that you could set the backlight to come on a set amount of time before and after each track.
So, if I set the setting to 5 sec, then the backlight would come on 5 sec before the end of a track and stay open for the same 5 sec after the next track began.
This was really handy, as during each track transition, you could just look at the screen and see what’s coming up and see what’s playing.
Since the default Fuze Screen does not have a native “Next track” display, (like WPS for Rockbox), getting the light to come on prior to the end of the track would not be that useful. But if you could set the backlight to turn on for whatever the backlight value is when a new track is playing, that would be cool.
This is especially useful at my desk, as it is sitting in a charger playing, and during each new song, I could glance down and see what’s playing without manipulating the controls.
Sure, I’d take a slight battery hit, but I could choose whether or not I have auto-backlight during track transition on.
Would anyone else find this useful?