Mine looks okay. One little speck, but I think that may have been genuine dust (didn't want to paw at it with my greasy fingers). I'll try to remember to check again tomorrow when it's light out and I can get a better look at it, and give it a proper wipe-down.
I've only watch the film once. Picked up the disc just two or three weeks after it was released.
It's upsetting.. I've only ever lost one DVD to rot, and that was one of the first DVDs I ever owned, one of the first ever made (The Jackal), and they were still working out the kinks in disc production. I would have thought they were through it with by now, but it looks like I'll have to routinely check my BD discs now. Annoying, and definitely disappointing.
I'd like to know if there's any connection between the discs, specifically in environment. The question's been asked several times, but never answered. Those of you with the problem, could you describe the weather and environment where you live? Hot, cold, dry, humid, rapid temperature changes, etc?
I'd also be curious to see what BVHE says about the problem. Please post when you guys get a response from them.