As title suggests if money was no object what would you choose?
Why not to ISO?Most of my backed up DVDs are music concerts so the "extras" are vital.
How do you go about ripping and navigating to these without ripping to ISO?
I know what you mean, but you can do it as I did and buy the parts bit by bit as you can afford them.(I should say that the Dune has been on my radar recently to enable me to watch BD ISOs but the cost of software and BD drive for the PC is making it all very expensive).
Thanks. Sorry, what I meant is how to rip and navigate to the extras without going to the expense of buying AnyDVD.
IMO the Dune & PCH offer:
better firmware support
better format support
IMO with a media player you nearly always get what you pay for. Yes there are overpriced units that don't do as much as some cheaper ones, and there are some cheap units that seem to do it all. But generally the cheaper units have had to cut corners to keep the price low - that may or may not be an issue for your uses of the player.
You say the Dune and PCH offer "better" this and that, but you have not said how these are better? IMO firmware support for Mede8er is one of the best across all players and connectivity and format support are on a par.
I'd be interested to hear your reasons for saying Dune and PCH are "better"?
If you look back at the post my 'better' comments were in response to it was actually the Sumvision rather than the Mede8er I was looking at. But I am of the opinion that with a media player you do get what you pay for and therefore paying a bit of a premium can be very worth while. I've never used a Sumvision media player, but when I was looking at what to get I did read loads of users issues with it and so never looked at it any closer.I'd be interested to hear your reasons for saying Dune and PCH are "better"?