So here's the thing.... I currently use my PS3 with PS3 Media Server to watch my stored films and my physical Blu Ray disks (it's a USA machine with a 500 gig hard drive) and I don't use it for any gaming (other than Singstar ) and that as we don't do much Singstar I'm thinking of selling it to get an A-200/C200. Following my thread here, I think I've narrowed my choice down to either the A-200 or the C-200. (I would also buy from Digitalera as they are an Assured Advertiser here @ AVF and I wasn't aware of them before I mentioned Scan & AMP3!) However..... I'm trying to justify the cost of the C-200 over the A200 (£280 V £175). A-200. Price (obviously!) Doesn't do Full BD navigation (which from what I understand is Menus, Extras etc that form part of a Blu Ray disk?) Doesn't have a Blu Ray drive to allow me to play the disks that I already have and would potentially buy in the future. I have a Pioneer BD Drive in my current PC I'm wondering if this could be "shared" and mapped to via the A-200, in the same way a folder with movies in it can? C-200. Cost. I could fit the BD drive from my PC to a C-200 to watch my current and any future Blu Ray purchases. It seems quite a bit of extra cash (£105) over the A-200 just to be able to watch the extras on my current/future Blu Rays. To sum up.... If the BD drive in my PC can be shared and accessed via the A-200 to watch physical disks, then the A-200 wins hands down but.....I'm presuming that wouldn't work as the A-200 "only" does Simple BD Navigation and if it can read physical disks in a drive that's shared out, then it would be able to do Full BD Navigation? Are there any other benefits that I have missed with these units that may help me sway towards either one of them? Another option I have in considering an A-200 is instead of selling the PS3 to fund this purchase, I could keep it which would give me the following: Ability to play Blu Ray disks for Extras etc, that the A-200 can't handle. Keep SWMBO happy with Singstar! "Only" spend £175 on a new player. Help! Ta.