I d/l it yesterday, didnt take long. Im burning it on a dual layer BR now. Then it will be downstairs and blasting the neighbors!
On a side note, do you guys leave the Verify box checked in ImgBurn when you burn your copies? I do and it adds a lot of time to the burning process, like an extra 20-30 minutes. I wonder if I should uncheck that box, I've only had one disc that didnt work properly in my PS3, but it worked fine in a cheap LG player so I know the data was correct, just the PS3 didnt like it (it was only the Bass Demo part on a dual layer dvd also, so I didnt really mind)
On ANOTHER side note, does anybody else use an inkjet printer to print directly on to the discs? I missed out on a sale for 59 bucks, Staples had a printer that prints on discs, but by the time I realized it was on sale, it was sold out. If you print on the physical media, what printer do you have, or can you recommend a cheap printer for doing it? I like to buy the bluray cases, and print the labels and discs so they look as Pro as they really are.