I considered including a default where, if nothing else applied, it would automatically do the basic rest for you. The main reason I didn't do that is, I fear that once people get used to having a choice in the resting process, they might get taken by surprise if it charges ahead with the default. Particularly if they're wanting to use a sleeping draught, or forgot to pull a remote from the display case. As it is, they'll be able to see "hey, the option I wanted isn't up there" while if it steamrolls on through, they've lost their minutes and then have to go find/use the item. It also gives them a chance to notice if they're not wearing sleep-enhancing gear.
This makes sense. I guess a GM script is a way to go if you are the kind of person who wants to skip a step and is willing to blame only himself if this was detrimental.