yes I am confusing you
I was going to buy the Superbit edition of MIIB but then I thought that the other version (with the extras) is Encoded smaller at source so will need less Transcoding to fit on a 4.7 disc, I bought the Smaller version for more cash instead of the larger Superbit version for less cash (hope that clears that one up)
the Pulp Fiction is not Superbit and I only mentioned it in passing to save another post (which it didn't) and the three copies that have gone south on me have all happened after around 6 - 12 months, they look perfect no scratches (as do all my discs) but they no longer play on anything, the only thing visible that might be causing the problem is a very subtle discolouration in the shape of an offset oval across the disc, this wasn't there originally, I know because this also happened to the other discs so I made sure this wasn't on the last DVD, the discs are Gold pressed and the version I just bought is a silver pressed disc so hopefully it won't happen again,
I just find it strange that it has been the same movie 3 times.
I didn't realise the Superbit editions were that large! I just thought they would fill a 9 GB DVD
the Pulp Fiction I just bought (again) wouldn't play in my DVD PC drive it said:
TheTV Out port of your display card is not working properly.
This copy protected disc can not be played when the TV out function is enabled.
but after ripping with DVD Decrypter it works perfectly, yet another reason to back your DVDs up