VLC is pretty much the king for all audio, video and DVD. But, their BluRay support isn't quite there yet. There are some addons and hacks etc, but it's just not good enough. Now, I'm not talking about playing actual BluRay discs on a physical hardware BluRay player, I've got that covered. I've been completely digitizing my entire movie collection both for safekeeping and for convenience. I've got my external hard drive connected to my laptop, which is connected to my big screen. I can watch movies and TV with my Apple Remote on-the-fly. The setup that I've created is far cooler and superior than any other way currently possible to organize and watch one's media collection. So that's the why and enough of the nerd gushing. Now that I'm backing up/digitizing my BluRay collection I immediately learned that VLC cannot handle BluRay ISOs (yet) like it can DVD ISOs. I've searched and I've searched and the best I could find was: http://www.dvdfab.com/media-player.htm Which gets the job done, but it's also a bit laggy/buggy and has problems with full screen mode so watching movies is definitely not ideal. Doesn't matter if it costs money, I'm looking for hands-down, the best way to play my BluRay ISOs directly (not looking to convert or burn onto disc again - which defeats the whole purpose). Any suggestions? Anyone else already find the holy grail of all media players on Mac? Thanks UPDATE - I'll make a list of my findings so far of software that plays BluRay ISO: - DVDFab Media Player (http://www.dvdfab.com/media-player.htm) It "works", but is buggy and slow, also has issues with full screen. It does appear to support full menus, but takes forever to load. - iDeer Mac Blu-ray Player (http://www.ideerapp.com/) Really fast and lightweight and plays BluRay ISOs great, does not appear to support full menus. - Macgo Blu-ray Player (http://www.macblurayplayer.com/download.htm) Appears to be the same program and company as iDeer only I couldn't even get it to load (eternal spinning wheel). So far, iDeer seems to work the best for straight playing the movie portion of BluRay ISOs, but no support for menus it seems, however you still appear to be able to view special features under "Other Titles" though a bit raw and blind in what you're doing/selecting without menus. Navigation is a little rough too.