I wonder how successful the Digital Copy feature is for the studios? Personally, I have never used it nor do I foresee circumstances where I would want to. Since I only buy Blu-ray titles these days, perhaps there will be the desire to watch one of them on my laptop during air travel. However, to date, I just haven't had the urge to even investigate what is involved in transferring and initiating a digital copy on a personal device. That should show how much interest I have in it. I'm also leery of the format because if you don't take advantage of it quickly the ability to view it expires. I would be more excited about the format if I had the ability to view it forever (even if I was limited to a certain # of viewings) rather than just short-term. Tack on the fact that most digital copy Blu-rays come with a DVD so I can always pop that into a laptop (though doing so does drain more battery power). ....not that I am condemning the format. In fact, it's not my intent to turn this into an anti-digital copy thread. I just have no personal use for it but I imagine perhaps others do and I can learn from that. The studios seem to be making a big deal about the inclusion of it in their releases and I am wondering how many HTF members actually use it and under what circumstances?