I have good success with a bare bone from http://www.ichbinleise.de. They use hfx cases and build a computer for your liking into it. Apart from some issues with the onboard NIC of the ASUS P5K everything is working very nice.
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LaunchManager.log:05 02/22/08 10:49:09.577 Starting device 73 Pioneer Kuro <0xb68568d0>
LaunchManager.log:05 02/22/08 10:49:09.577 Not starting device 73 Pioneer Kuro - binary is not found, probably it is in the middle of installation <0xb68568d0>
/usr/pluto/bin/TestSerialPort -p /dev/ttyS0 -P N81 -t "SB\r" -s "SB" -i 3 -b 9600 && echo Success
<$"SB\r"$>does not work, i get no result on the receiver and the receiver stays on when I press TEST on the codes screen.
I actually didn't think I'd be able to use Blu-ray at all for a while. The way this thread was heading I thought it might be possible to get the video transcoded to something reasonable sized for use in a library. Hearing that it 0710 can play Blu-ray movies is great. If I could rip a movie then let a transcode run for several hours I'd consider making taking the plunge. I'm actually much more interested in the ability to transcode and store than using a MD as a DVD player. Whether or not it can play without ripping first is far less important as I almost never do this anyway. I buy movies, rip/transcode them, then play them via MythTV at some later date. If there is no way to do this with linuxMCE/Blu-ray right now, no big deal. I can wait until the functionality fits my needs.