Let's not go overboard complaining about all the audio problems constantly caused by poor Blu-Ray product. I, for one, haven't found that to be true. There are too many variables involved to immediately blame the discs - different players hooked into different AVR's or processors - with various firmware potential issues with each device. In this case, Total Recall, it sounds like it may be truely a disc issue. But to say only 1 out of 10 discs will play indicates a poor player to me. I have over 1700 Blu-Rays and have three different players and have had playback issues in only about 5 cases in the last 5 years. Now, if you want to complain about picture quality or audio quality - there are dozens of titles I can sight with issues there - but pressing or authoring problems, I haven't experienced it. Ralph, how many bad discs have passed your way with playback issues? (I received my copy of Total Recall yesterday, so will report back after I've had a chance to play it, probably tonight).