This is just a heads up if you are one of the about 20 people in this country who actually want to own this "masterpiece." I bought a copy of the Best Buy exclusive Blu-ray/DVD disc of Skyline last Tuesday and decided to open it up and watch it last night. When I pulled the disc out I noticed it was unusually thick so I looked a bit more closely at it. It is quite literally two discs glued together back to back. I had a feeling that I'd have problems with it but I tried it out anyway. My Panasonic DMP-BD35K tried for about a minute or two to read the Blu-ray side but finally spit out an error about not being able to read the disc. I then tried the DVD side in my PC and the disc started making a horrible noise in my DVD-ROM drive. It sounded like the drive was about to rattle apart becuse of the heavy disc not being balanced properly. Needless to say I stopped the disc within seconds of the loud vibrations starting so I don't know if it could be read or not. I don't know who thought that gluing two discs together back to back was a good idea but I hope they are no longer in charge of making such decisions. I'm going to take this disc back and attempt to exchange it for a Blu-ray only copy or perhaps just get my money back.