There is one other option for decryption of Blu ray movies, and it is still free while in beta. The program is called MakeMKV. It will not compress, or re-encode Blu ray video, and it will not output in Blu ray format. It makes high definition MKV files. http://www.makemkv.com/
Through roundabout means you can use this program to produce unencrypted copies of your Blu ray movies and still play them in a Blu ray player. Make an .mkv file from the disk using MakeMKV. Open this .mkv file in tsMuxeR and have it output as a Blu ray disk. If this results in a Blu ray video that is too large to fit a 25gb disk, you can compress it with BD-Rebuilder.
I haven't kept up with development of MakeMKV very closely, so I'm not sure how well it works with the newest encryption, especially the new versions of BD+. But it is a free option to try.