Besides some reduced power consumption I found another reason why a proper Shutdown / Hibernation mode makes sense. (And by proper I mean that you afterwards can turn on the Vero 4K by your RF or IR remote).
In my case I’ve got a separate PC with two DVB-C TV Cards in it and it acts as a TV server / recorder. This PC is normally in Hibernation mode but it will be automatically switched on if one of my Kodi boxes are switched on (I’m using Advanced Wake On Lan add-on for this).
If, after an hour, there are no active network connections anymore this TV server automatically goes into hibernation mode.
Now because I currently can’t switch on my Vero 4K by remote I left it on after using it but it then turns out that also my TV server is not going into Hibernation mode.
So for the time being I shutdown the Vero 4K but by remote but if I want to re-use it again I need to briefly unplug the power leads. For me it is not a real big issue but it has a low “Wife Acceptance Factor” at home.
So the sooner a hibernation feature is implement the better it is.