I surely will be trying this when I soon upgrade from a Windows XP desktop to a Xeon Rocket Lake cpu and ECC memory supporting motherboard. Meanwhile, has anyone tried this? As those know who’ve enjoyed using the zoom feature on their DVD players, thanks to the ubiquitous BD-J authoring platform, zoom capability of most Blu-Ray movie discs is inaccessible by all BD players licensed to play them. There are exceptions like Twilight Time’s “Whirlpool” (1949), Warner’s “Network” (1975), “Don Juan DeMarco (1995) and Arrow’s “Spirits of the Dead” (1968). But Universal’s “Psycho” (1959) and Criterion Collection’s “All That Heaven Allows” (1955), “Gilda” (1946), and “Leave Her to Heaven” (1945) have zoom control disabled. And what’s worse about the last two titles is that as they were filmed in 1.37:1, rather than the pre-1952 1.33:1 aspect ratio standard, they have thick vertical and horizontal black bars around the entire frame. Zooming would allow for overshooting the bars, albeit with slight image cropping but without any stretching. Unfortunately, the designers of most of the best performing standalone BD players from Sony and Panasonic (e.g. the otherwise superb Panasonic 9000) carelessly omitted all zoom features. All of the Oppo BD players only have “partial” zoom, where-unlike my trusty JVC XV-NA70BK DVD player-the zoomed image cannot be moved and centered on the screen. But my Pioneer LX500 BD player and most of the now discontinued Arcam BD players can do this. As for software BD players, I believe only JRiver has full zoom control. Therefore, for those of you who’ve ripped many movie titles on Blu-Ray from the 50’s thru the 90’s, and burned them onto BD-R or BD-RE, are you able to zoom in on ALL of them with your Oppo (or Arcam) players?