The only thing the Oppo's (Or the Cambridge CXUHD) do not do well is that the tone mapping is not right. (and will unfortunately never get corrected per Oppo) But if you don't use that feature in the player, then it does everything else better than anything else available at this time. That's what it boils down to. The market to sell them is quite profitable, but it looks like no other player is going to cover all bases. I currently use a Panasonic 820 for it's great HDR-SDR tone mapping to my JVC X750R projector. But I use a scope screen, and the Panasonic's don't have zoom modes with 21:9 support. The Oppo's do, and so will the Cambridge CXUHD with a soon to be released firmware update. There are other features I don't use on the Oppo/Cambridge platform like being able to play certain files, (I'm an old guy and strictly a disc spinner, at least right now anyway) but lots of others do which is a big draw to these machines. With the push toward streaming that may very kill off physical media in the next 5-10 years, I doubt there will ever be any player that has as many features as the Oppo/Cambridge players do.
JVC X750R Projector,Yamaha CX-A5200 Pre-Pro, Yamaha RX-Z11 Receiver, (Amps Only) Yamaha MX-D1 Power Amps x 2, Yamaha RX-Z1 (L&R Surround Channel Amp), Oppo BDP-103D BR, Panasonic DP-UB820 UHD, Pioneer Elite CLD-99 LD, Definitive Tech BP7000SC Mains, CLR3000 Center, BPVX Surround Sides&Backs, BPX F&R Presence, Martin Logan Abyss Front L&R Subs/Dynamo L&R Rear Surround Channel Subs, Infinity SSW-210 Center Channel Sub.