I was mainly saying that as with dvds, blu rays probably have a sliding scale of quality in their organic substrate/materials and the QOS (process and quality control/rejecting low quality from the press run so they don't make it into shipped retail) that goes into making them.
My LG doesn't scan.. I basically watch and listen while the disc is in Verify mode for speed and retries/buffering patterns. So far, I'm satisfied with RiData that's been sitting here a year..
Overall, I AM happy that blu ray discs are FINALLY starting to come down in price.. and when stand-alone blu ray players are $20 - $30 I'll buy one of those too (or a XBMC/streaming smart one w/ usb 3.0 port for HDD for $49). After-all it wasn't so long ago that dvd players started playing mp3s, RW discs and DIVX/MP4/H2.63 &2.64 video content burned as DATA. Just think of how much you could fit on a blu ray disc of 25 & 50gb encoded in these formats & have XBMC/Android OS as part of that mix!!