Unless you have a problem with your specific BD-60, that platform is pretty solid on playback.
When you say you check for surface issues, are you including looking for fingerprints? I have found fingerprints to be highly prevalent on most BDs from NF (what is it with people not understanding how to hold a disc?!?), so I always check and wipe accordingly. Fingerprints can bring my BD-35 (generation prior to yours) to its knees.
That said, some people have experienced issues with tiny edge cracks on BDs from NF, likely the result of improper handling by the post office--the hardcoat that protects against scratches makes the discs more brittle, and if the discs get run through a sorting machine, the process can lead to edge cracks, which can seriously mess up playback. Be advised that if you do find cracks, you run the risk of being branded a witch, subject to burning and/or being weighed against a duck.
Alex doesn't live here anymore