Here's a good place to start. They've got WMVHD trailers, and links to direct purchases of current WMVHD titles. Be warned, some of the trailers have "dial-home" DRM, as does T2 and "Standing...", but I've read over at AVS that some of the newer titles might have on-disc DRM. Neither is very palatable, but there's not really a way around it.
Note: As a video format, WMV-9 is dead. The vast majority of the CODEC will remain in the form of VC-1 on both HD-DVD & BluRAY, but those players will not play WMV-9 disks. That said, if you roll your own movies and want to use an HTPC with enough horsepower, WMV is pretty slick.
There were a ton of really, really great movies released in Germany on WMV 9 DVDs. I'd love to get my hands on those discs, but I don't think they ship them outside of Germany.
I don't remember exactly which movies were on this format, but I believe that both "Tomb Raider" movies were released, as well as "Underworld" and a whole bunch of other "must haves." I wish they would release them here, in the US.
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These URL are in the original thread at the dts-phile.com site in the Forum "Haute-Definition".
WHAT IS IT? - The AVeL LinkPLayer 2 is the first DVD player compatible with HD file formats such as Windows Media Video HD and DivxHD. In addition, it is a full featured network media player. ... Of course the most important feature is the ability to read and playback HD files smoothly (720p or 1080i), even from a DVD. We are happy to report it does this with flying colors. We had no problem with playing back Windows Media 9 HD (WMVHD), DivxHD, and MPEG2 HD files at bitrates up to 10Mbps, 5Mbps, and 20Mbps respectively. Playback from DVD, even at 20Mbps, was smooth as butter. ... Unfortunately, if you are looking at buying commercial WMVHD DVD's, such as the popular IMAX series available at Amazom.com hold your horses. These DVDs include DRM (a copy protection scheme) and Windows Media 9 Professional Audio (5.1 audio), both of which the LinkPlayer does not yet support. IO-Data indicates these features are being added in the next firmware release expected in January. ...."