Yes, I do. I have a Blu-Ray drive that has read/write/rewrite functionality and Windows does not support playback for BD movies, so I had to buy this software: http://www.arcsoft.com/totalmedia-theatre/?icn=eStore&ici=TMT-Home-List-Click This software is better than VLC media player; it plays Blu-Ray in HD and 3D, and, it even upscales my DVDs. I can now watch movies in full HD and vivid colour. I don't have to worry about buying a Blu-Ray player. I might rent a movie today. EDIT - If this needs to be moved to the technology subforum, then, go ahead.