Mine went back to Best Buy last Sunday after only a week of use.
Saturday night we tried to watch Mr. Woodcock (BluRay, Netflix), wasted a half hour of our lives on that before I finally searched here and found that it was a lost cause.
Then we popped in our other current Netflix rental, a standard-def documentary called, "Unknown White Male." For a while all it would give me was a black screen. It claimed this was the menu. After lots of ejecting and stopping and messing around, I finally got it to play (I think RESUME PLAY after a stop was what did it).
All in all, way too much hassle for me.
Now I have a PS3 and Toshiba HD-A30.
I don't play video games at all, but I love the PS3! It's the best DVD player I've ever had. If you open the on-screen TIME display, you get a beautifully-rendered progress bar showing where you are in the movie. That alone sold me. It's substantially faster at everything than the 5000 was. For instance, you can turn it on by shoving a disc in it, whereas most HD players make you stand there twiddling your thumbs for a while after you hit the EJECT button.
Make sure you buy Sony's $25 bluetooth remote so you don't have to use the silly gaming joystick to control movies. I bought the PS3 and remote from Circuit City online, and they automatically took $25 off the price of the PS3, rendering the remote effectively free.
This PS3 + HD-A30 pair cost me $250 less than the Samsung 5000 alone, and I'm much happier.