On the other hand there's no media list on the 9300 and you have to access existing recordings via the scheduler...
You could use the Play List to see and play recordings in much the same way as the Media button on the Fox. The latter does have many more options, including folders and external drives, and scores over the 9200 by its ability to display a programme's information without having to start playing it first.
But I miss my 9200's Picture-in-Picture feature - I'm a news junkie and it was useful to follow a breaking story on two channels. I also miss the next best thing, using the Back button to switch back and forth between the two most recently tuned channels. I can't imagine why Humax didn't implement the latter on the Fox.
I get particularly annoyed by stupid design decisions. For example, it is necessary when manual tuning to tell the Fox whether a particular UHF channel is DVB-T or DVB-T2. Why? It's obviously capable of working it out for itself when autotuning. Fortunately, the latter works much better than it did on the 9200, so it's no longer necessary to tune manually. But the question remains.
Don't get me wrong: I bought my second Fox a week after I got the first and have honourably retired the 9200s. But the Fox could have been so much better than it is.