If you don't have or are not plaining on acquiring any HD-DVDs then you will be better off with a BD only player. Personally I love old obsolete video/audio formats so all my players are dual ones (have 5 of the Sammy BD-UP5000s and one of the LG BH200s). I have even sold or given away some of my BDs that I originally bought used or new for cheep once I found the HD equivalent. A few of those I have kept the BD and not opened the HD since many of the last ones produced are quite expensive and valuable (to the right person) now. But for the most part I collect the HDs and not the BDs, though my BD collection is almost as vast as the HD collection now, given all the material that is not on HD but has been released on BD.
The BH200 is still a very good and capable machine and over the past year or so has now surpassed the Sammy as far as playability problems (lack of). The Sammy has issues with the latest code and several newer Disney titles where the LG does not. Also the LG supports BD-live, not something I care about. I prefer the Sammy due to Reon video processing for DVDs. Also don't miss 3D, that ImOHO is an annoying passing fad that I wish would go away. Also parts and broken down or marginal players to harvest for parts are plentiful, where the LG seems to be a bit more obscure.