I'm not offloading/burning/ripping, etc the BD to the PC, I'm just playing the disc directly in my PC BDROM -- load disc, open player, click title 3 and it's automatic. I guess if ran the HDMI to the TV it would act like any other disc. I don't have the technical knowledge so I have no idea why the BD Player software can see it while the standalone players can't. OTOH, it makes little sense that this was intended to act like this otherwise why leave the overture on the disc at all. I guess the important thing is what the Disney Tech people say and I suspect everything at Disney is tied up in D23 adn Disney+ so who knows how long it will take before they say anything unless somebody with Disney Insider contacts can push it up the ladder quickly (Bill Hunt or one of the folks from this forum with contacts). If they say "we meant to do that" then I'm not sure what's left to do -- not buy it? Return the disc? play the Overture as an audio file or from the DVD, then start the Bluray at the credits? Forget it and watch the movie as is? 1st 2 aren't options in my book It certainly isn't a deal killer for me if they don't replace the the disc since more often than not I'd just start at Chapter 2 anyway after the initial play through, though I'd prefer to have it than not have it.