Just received a Momitsu BDP-899 BluRay Region Free player and setup the unit as follows: To change the OSD language from Japanese to English: From the remote select Setup, and using the arrow keys, right, down, down, down, right and enter. TV Type: NTSC TV Aspect: 16 x 9 Resolution: 1080P (Selecting Auto disables the video converter) Digital output: Bitstream Legacy for SPDIF receivers. Ethernet input for BD-Live and firmware updates. You can also download an update on a CD-R/RW and play the CD in the player. The region code setting is entered using the remote. The code is 9735 followed by the standard DVD region code of "0" and the BluRay of 1=A, 2=B and 3=C. For North America the code would be 973501. For now there is no single Region-Free setting for BluRay. After setup, which took about 30 seconds, I tested the player using the following DVD's. The Boys From Brazil BluRay Region B 1080P PAL, Days of Thunder BluRay 1080P NTSC, Boys from Company "C" Std DVD Region 2 PAL, Red Cliff Std DVD Region 3 PAL. The Momitsu player is hooked to a Sony Bravia 52" NTSC LCD via HDMI and Sony SPDIF DD/DTS 5.1 receiver via Digital Optical. The LCD was able to perfectly display each DVD confirming the unit does include a video converter. The receiver converted both DD and DTS 5.1. I then watched the complete DVD movies of Days of Thunder (BluRay and Driven (Std DVD). There was a very visible difference in the detail quality of Days of Thunder compared to the upconverted Driven. Driven looked really good as the player does a nice job of up-converting, but Days of Thunder was fabulous. Momitsu is a nice BluRay/DVD player if you need a region-free unit that sells for a reasonable price. Otherwise, you can buy a regular BluRay player and save yourself $100.00 unless you want that new Denon. I purcahsed the player for HKFlix.