Agreed. Here, we've been relying to Leo (HiMedia's U.S. reseller) to get our requests to HiMedia. I did get a direct e-mail for HiMedia support, but they asked me to send them ISO's for 'Avatar' and other BD's I had issues with. How the heck would I send those to them in China?! And, even if I could, I wouldn't for legal reasons. So, I'm hoping enough users making the same fix requests via different forums will encourage them to address all the big issues.
The HiMedia HD900B is the first Realtek-based player I've owned. In the past, I've stuck to Sigma-based players as I heard better things about them in these forums compared to Realtek.
In terms of 3D, the Xtreamer Prodigy was the first player I considered. After multiple delays, I gave up and ordered the HD900B. Good thing I did as 3D playback seems worse on the Prodigy based on reading their forum. So far, on HD900B, it's been decent, but there remain some critical issues (forced subs not showing, 'Avatar' subs for Na'vi parts not showing, etc.), but they did fix the playlist issue by letting BD-lite support 3D so we could choose the correct 3D playlist in movies like 'Toy Story 3', 'Cars 2', etc. But SBS & top/bottom 3D MKV's don't appear to work, and some BD's like 'Rio' have 3D proper sync issues.
I don't know, sometimes I feel like saying the heck with it & buying the Oppo BDP-93. It supports full BD menus and plays 3D ISO's perfectly. Of course, it's $300 more too. Then I think, maybe wait a little longer for HiMedia to fix those lingering issues on the HD900B.
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