In what way is TMT5 better than PDVD10, and i mean facts, not opinion. I tested both of them quite extensively for months and when it came to image and sound quality with BluRay's i couldn't seperate them. They both upscale DVD's, though in my opinion PDVD is better at that, but upscaling can be subjective. Support wise i had no problems with any of my discs, from 4 year old ones to brand new releases, and i have several hundred. TMT5 does let you play BluRay from a folder which is an advantage, while also supporting HDDVD, which was a selling point for me a few years back, but not now. PDVD10 on the other hand can output non downsampled HD audio over analog when using ReClock, TMT5 still downsamples it, and PDVD is also cheaper, around £15 here or $25 cheaper in the US. There is nothing wrong with either, anyone claiming anything else has a fanboy agenda or thinks their experiences are universal, the only reason i went with the Cyberlink product was the non downsampled sound workaround, and the fact it was 25% cheaper than TMT5.