Yeah, I appreciate the fact that the people at Arusoft took the time to figure all this out, buy gear and discs, test everything, etc. That does cost money, and I’m fine with paying. I just don’t like how things are changing mid-stream. Some of us bought the software in its infancy, when we weren’t sure if this was all one giant scam or some other way to wreck our PCs. Even after I was informed that I was a bit too late to get one of those 3-free-discs test licenses, I spent a lot of money not only on DeUHD but on quite a bit of gear so that I could properly enjoy my rips. Yes, that was my decision, and I own it, but I did it because I felt it was reasonable to assume Arusoft would listen to people who splashed out money for something that could become obsolete at any moment. (“Today, Redfox announced AnyDVD HD customers will be able to decrypt all UHD discs starting with v10.”) €199 was an awful lot of money to shell out for something where we had no guarantee what was coming down the pipeline.
As mentioned elsewhere, I really don’t care about the 2/day limit. I don’t buy enough UHD discs to make it even remotely annoying. I do, however, care about having at least some semblance of priority, especially since it appears that whatever Arusoft is doing is still limited behind-the-scenes to 2-3 cracked discs per day. I tend to buy weirder stuff that isn’t going to be desired by most early UHD adopters. It’d be nice to know that I won’t be left in the cold simply because there are 80 variants of the latest Vin Diesel explosion-fest that just *have* to be covered.