Summary: There are more expensive players out there. I have two of these, they are connected to Onkyo Receivers that upscale. I have had no problems with blu-rays, and none with Netflix. I was happy with the first one I bought (from BestBuy), so I went ahead and bought another one from Amazon.
Summary: I like this disc player but there are a few things I am not to happy about that is why I only gave it three stars. It has a good picture with our TV, maybe not as good as the picture we got with the PS3 but it is ok. The sound is good as well. You really can't skip easily with this Disc player. We used to use our PS3 for movies and it was a lot easier to skip on that than it is on this one.
Summary: I can't believe they would try to sell this crap. I have been very satisfied with my Onkyo home system, so what happened? I have lost hours in the last few months waiting for my player to try to figure every disc out. I only bought this system so I could keep using my remote from my Onkyo tuner, and even that is a fail! Buy something else in this price point or try to save a little extra cash and buy something nicer.
Summary: I bought this player to pair with an Onkyo receiver. Well not only did the Onkyo receiver not recognize it's own Blu-Ray player but the receiver crashed after 6 months. The Blu-ray player is now connected to a Yamaha receiver and is recognized. This player has extremely long load times and does not have the same high quality picture I see in other friends Blu-Ray players even though we have the same TV's.
Summary: This is a good basic player for a good price. I have not really tried the extra features as I connected it to my THX Onkyo surround system. The system already is internet connected. Onkyo systems are great.I have owned two in the last 15 years and only upgraded due to new technologies such as HDMI and 7.0 surround. My 15 year old one is still in use in the basement.
Summary: We just got a 55" Panasonic TV and to try to get rid of an extra remote replaced our Onkyo BD/DVD player with a Panasonic DMP-BDT210. MUCH better system for the money, with built-in wi-fi and other things in the mix. Onkyo seems seriously behind the times and absolutely inept at the new technology (like the new receiver I got that I plug a USB wi-fi into to stream movie, but that performs badly, with a poorly designed interface and documentation.