I have a pristine BDP-93 with all the original materials, accessories and packaging. One owner in a smoke-free environment. Treated with anal-retentive care.
I've gone with an HTPC-based solution lately and this excellent BD player is redundant for me. Unlike the newer Oppo models, the BDP-93 doesn't have the invasive copy-protection firmware, which makes it very desirable. Works perfectly for BD, 3D BD, streaming services, and as a UPnP client device.
If you're seriously interested, I can bring it out of my rack and take a picture/video for you.
Yes I do. A new Oppo 103 sells for exactly the same price: $500. I would expect most BD AVS enthusiasts would be well aware of that. However, some people still find the discontinued BDP-93 attractive because it doesn't have the Cinavia copy protection enabled, which the 103 does. If someone here on AVS feels that has value to him, then this Oppo will have value for them at this price. If not, I won't sell it. Used BDP-93s are on offer on Amazon for more than I'm asking here.
But, regardless, thank you for testing my knowledge in my thread. It's nice to know we have such thoughtful colleagues here on AVS.