Finally got the license and got it to work on the Interactual Player, but in the InterActual Player I don't see video on the S-Video out of the ATI card, but that seems to happen to WMP and WinDVD as well on my config - only PowerDVD (which came with the ATI card) works to the S-Video.
Did anyone actually read the license? "No copying to hard disks, no copying to CD/DVD" yadda yadda yadda. In addition, the license is a 5-day, so if you uninstall the player, you'll need to install it again when you want to watch the disk. Also, anyone notice all the options in the IA player to send data off to the world? IA is basically spyware, and since in it's config you can select another app for DVD playback, and can use WMP for the HD playback, is basically unnecessary.
As for the HD WM disk, IA Player won't work if I set PowerDVD as my DVD player software in its config, seems to play OK 'normally', until you try to skip forward, that is, at which point it freezes. Audio is only stereo, and the center channel doesn't seem to get passed over the S/PDIF, but we knew that, right? I, also, cannot find a WM file on the disk to launch in WMP.
If you configure the IA player to use your regular DVD software, and to treat a DVD with PC content as a DVD, and not launch the 'Autorun' application, Disk 1 does come up as a regular DVD, and DD works fine over a S/PDIF, so I'll probably keep the disk instead of returning it, but Disk 2 is basically just a novelty and a pretty poor showing as a 'premier' DVD for spotlighting WM9 technology.