I would pay good money for it. Has anyone ever noticed how unstable DVD players are for PC? I'm stunned. I have Windows XP running on a PII 450 MHz with 384 MB RAM, a Radeon 7500, and a Turtle Beach Santa Cruz card. My PC is patched almost everyday. DirectX is 9.0. Radeon Catalyst drivers are on V3.0. If I play one movie using either PowerDVD 4.0, the ATI Player (7.7?) or Zoom Video with Cinemaster video and PowerDVD audio, everything is fine. But if I switch movies, regions, or anything else I can think of, audio goes out of synch, video starts becoming "jumpy", or worse, the computer simply hangs. I'm fairly comfortable with tinkering with my PC, and I can honestly say either the Radeon drivers aren't mature enough yet, or the players themselves simply aren't that well written. I can use my PC for anything else; DVD playing is the only area that stumps it. Oh, well.