I bought a Blu ray player (Technika BRSS10) from another member of these forums a few months back and not really had the chance to use it, that is up until now. I had bought Skyfall a few weeks ago and last night got the chance to sit down and watch it.... or so I thought. The disc took ages to load, played the MGM screen and then froze. To cut a long story short it turns out there have been no firmware updates for this player since March 2012 and this is the reply I have just received from Tesco support regarding it, to which I may add I am quite angry about! : Dear xxxx Thank you for your mail and I am sorry to hear that you are having issues playing your Blu-Ray discs. Unfortunately there are no further updates to the BRSS10 since the one released in March 2012, and the latest discs will not be playable in this player. This is not something we have control over as the studios have pushed forward with newer features and moves to improve Digital Rights Management. As the devices is still compatible with any Blu-Rays released when the item was purchased, and will continue to play them, we do not consider this to be a manufacturer fault, and there for the item is still fit for purpose. I apologise for any inconvenience. Kind Regards xxxxxxxxx Tesco Tech Support How can you claim that a disc player, THAT WONT PLAY DISCS, is actually fit for purpose????