Not joining the group, for various reasons. Mainly because I wouldn't know what to do.
However, as a suggestion of sorts (don't know if this is the right place for it, sorry), I'd ask to keep the menus pretty basic, putting ease of use, speed and clarity at the top of the list.
To give examples of what I mean, let's look at a bad DVD/BluRay menu. You pop the disc in to watch, I dunno, episode 6 of something.
First you have 3 minutes of unskipable trailers for other animes I don't care about. After that you get to the menus which are a pain in the arse because stuff is haphazardly strewn about the screen, so you have to use trial and error to work out how to get to the episode you want. The controls are of course unresponcive due to the looping animated background being to short and thus is keep hitching every time it goes back around. Once you click, you have to wait for an animation to play of flying through a space ship, monitors slide into view or whatever. And when you finally get to the thing you want, whoever decided to make the DVD/BluRay decided it would be a good idea to have a 5-10 second clip montage showing you the best bits of the thing you are trying to watch.
So yeah, I'd be happy with a list of episodes down the left side, and maybe an extras and setup submenu where applicable, in blod text in front of a static image. It would be preferable to trying to be all fancy and cool, but making a mess of it, imo.