Summary: I have two of these units. They set up easily, but randomly loose internet connectivity. Sony provides little help, only referring to the latest firmware version. During the internet set-up process, connection to the IP address is simple, but the unit will often not be able to connect to the internet. I found that they prefer to connect via a router and then to the Comcast cable modem. Other devices (i.e.
Pros: Good picture quality, Easy set-up
Cons: Looses internet connectivity. It is a mystery as to why. Worse, it is virtualy impossible to reestablish.
Summary: We have had this product since late January of this year. By June it was broken. Sony only has a repair center in Texas and required specific packaging for warranty repair. This shipped cost $35. Now they are telling us that it was our fault it broke and it will be $100 to fix the unit. This adds up to more than we paid for it in the first place. Also I am not sure what we did. We never moved the unit. It was protected in a cabinet and only used for its purpose.
Summary: This Blu-ray player is by far the best I've used. It has it all the feature's the others have and then some. Everything works flawlessly, even the WiFi (which I don't primarily use) was setup in under 2 minutes and I have a 2 stage encryption so I'm not sure why other people are having problems with that. A couple things that make this player stand out from the rest is that: 1.
Summary: also have lg 570. like sony better. blu-ray picture is very good along with upconversion. but the non-streaming sony 460 has better picture blu-ray and the best upconversion but slow load time.
Pros: Backwards Compatible, DVD Upconversion, Easy Set-Up, Excellent Image Quality, Good Connections, Good Soundtrack Support, Upgradeable