I created the ISO file to test AVCHD and 1080p60 capability of your Blu-ray player. You can get it here: http://uploading.com/files/6a7db5fm/60p.iso/
(slow connection) or here: http://chidragon.thedessie.com/60p.iso
(reported to be fast, thanks msgohan).
Use ImgBurn or any other DVD burning utility to burn this ISO file onto a DVD recordable disc (NOT onto Blu-ray recordable!). This will make what is known as "AVCHD disc".
Play this disc in your Blu-ray player and report back the results. Please, report your player make and model, firmware revision and any issues you notice.
The ISO file contains AVCHD structure with 5 video clips. There is no menu, playback should start right away. There are info cards before each clip except for the last one, which is the original clip from then my HDC-TM700:
1) 1920x1080/29.97i, High@L4.0, encoded with Sony AVC. Set to 16 Mbit/s, actual overall bit rate: 13.6 Mbps.
2) 1920x1080/59.94p, High@L4.2, encoded with Sony AVC. Set to 16 Mbit/s, actual overall bit rate: 13.0 Mbps.
3) 1920x1080/59.94p, High@L4.2, encoded with Sony AVC. Set to 18 Mbit/s, actual overall bit rate: 14.6 Mbps.
4) 1920x1080/59.94p, High@L4.2, encoded with Sony AVC. Set to 20 Mbit/s, actual overall bit rate: 16.2 Mbps.
5) 1920x1080/59.94p, High@L4.2, original file from the HDC-TM700. Overall bit rate: 27.3 Mbps.
The first clip is your regular interlaced AVCHD video at reasonable 13 Mbit/s. This should play on any BD player with "AVCHD" mark. The next three clips are 1080p60 clips rendered from Sony Vegas using Sony AVC encoder. The last clip is the original file from the camcorder, unchanged.
The ISO image has been mastered with MultiAVCHD using "AVCHD Strict" profile, and plays on my Panasonic DMP-BD80K Blu-ray player. The last, original, clip plays but stutters: the disc is not spinning fast enough.
So, enjoy and post back the results.