Well, that discussion was from February, so I doubt partickly is still interested, but I mentioned AnyDVD HD because he was making ISO’s with tools that don’t decrypt blu ray to my knowledge. Possibly he was obtaining blu ray video from sources other than commercial disks.
For playback, mounting the ISO in VirtualClone Drive works where other virtual drives do not. We’ve had discussions on this before, where people tried to play the ISO’s mounted in Daemon Tools and they simply wouldn’t work in several media players that have blu ray capability.
I probably should have mentioned the few media players with blu ray support, like PowerDVD, WinDVD and Arcsoft Totalmedia, but he never continued the discussion. Media Player Classic Home Cinema is another option, though problematic, and doesn’t support menus in commercially made blu ray movies to my knowledge.