I just got the Blu-ray version of 'Stomp the Yard'. As always, I tried to play it first using PowerDVD Ultra 7.3 (2605b w/patch 2605n applied) and AnyDVD HD 126.96.36.199 enabled, but it wouldn't play. First, I upgraded AnyDVD HD to 188.8.131.52, but it still wouldn't play. Of course, I immediately suspected that it must be using the latest AACS protection, so I upraded PowerDVD Ultra to the absolute latest version and still it would not work. I then went to my home theater setup, which is HDCP compliant, and has an almost identical PC connected to it, and tried the movie there. Still no luck. I then upgraded as I did with the other PC, and tried to play after each installation, but got the same results. Frustrated, I tried to play the disc on my PS3 and it worked fine. Then I unstalled AnyDVD HD on the home theater PC, and tried to play again, but still no luck. As another test, I connected my Blu-ray PC to my HDTV and tried to play the disc. It wouldn't play with the original disc inserted no matter whether I had AnyDVD HD installed or not. Next, I tried to play the .m2ts files directly, using PowerDVD Ultra, and I was able to play the main movie, but there was no audio. I tried this also with the other .m2ts files but any file associated with the main movie had no audio. At this point, I don't know what to do. I think the finger points to PowerDVD Ultra but I would appreciate other input before I go their support route.