If your drive was specifically marketed/sold as a BDR-207MBK model, then it probably uses the GENERAL kernel.
Run the BDR-207EBK/BDR-207UBK/BDR-2207 1.30 firmware updater and have a look in the command window which opens when you run the flasher to see which kernel your drive uses. If your kernel is indeed GENERAL, then you're our of luck as Pioneer has not released a 1.30 firmware update for models using this kernel yet. This is safe to do. It will not harm your drive in any way.
If by any chance your kernel is ID58 (not very likely I would think, but you never know) then you can use the BDR-207J updater. If it is ID43 (even less likely) then you can use the BDR-S07 updater.