Summary: BUYER BEWARE!!! If you are buying this blue ray to use for accessing Netflix or anything else wirelessly, buy a different product. There are two major problems. 1. The wireless connection to your router will drop regularly and will not reconnect.
Summary: When it works, it's great BUT 1. From time to time it just stops in the middle of a Netflix streaming. I still get the same streaming on my computer at the same time, but Panasonic insists that the problem is my router. The only way to recover is to shut off and UNPLUG the Panasonic unit. 2.
Summary: On May 5th we bought this Blu-ray player because of the terrific reviews here and on Cnet, and our desire for a "richer" Netflix browsing experience as compared to other Blu-ray players. Most of what is said is true - it's actually pretty nice.
Summary: I purchased this Panasonic BDT220 because of all the great reviews it got here. Unfortunately, this was the lemon of all lemons. I recently set up my wireless network with a bridge so I could get a "wired" connection for my old Insignia wifi bluray so it would play Netflix faster.
Summary: The predecessor to the Panasonic 220 (Panasonic 210) would cause the screen to go dark for a moment while re-buffering and it would then continue displaying. I originally thought the new version ie the 220, would be the solution to wirelessly streaming Netflix vids as it initially worked well for...
Summary: Had any Deja Vu moments recently? Blu-ray has lots of them- when the screen freezes and you have to replay the disc! I had to take a trip back to the retailer- I assumed that the 'freezing' of blu-ray discs where the image freezes must be part of the blu-ray experience..