Hi folks, I've been out of the loop for awhile on media these days and what's actually being used. Yes, I know the obvious that Blu-Ray won the format war, that Apple doesn't officially support it (yet), but that Toast 10 and now Final Cut Studio 2 can burn to it. My situation is that I take A LOT of photographs and do heavy processing, leading to many large files. A recent trip I went on had 1331 photos that, after processing, including all the RAW files, final JPGs, and then intermediate 16-bit PSD files totaled about 58 GB. That's a lot of DVDs. But it's 2 BD-R disks. I just did a cost analysis tonight and with Amazon selling 15-packs of Memorex BD-R disks for $43, it's about 13¢ per GB. Versus 10¢ for a DVD-R or 15¢ for a DVD-R DL. Factor in the 5.32x formatted space on a BD-R, and I'm seriously considering investing in an internal drive for the second bay of my 2008 MacPro. 2-3 of those 15-pack spindles could dramatically shrink the several dozen DVDs that my photos and various other archived files take up. I have two basic questions, though. First, I remember reading several months ago (as in, could've been last year) a Wired article that was saying that while Blu-Ray won the format war, the public isn't likely to really adopt it, which seems to be somewhat evidenced by the huge number of DVDs still being sold. I'm not sure I want to invest in a system that'll never have wide-spread support. Second, if I do end up doing this, can I just shove an LG drive into my second optical bay and have the OS automatically recognize it? I'm looking at the LG GGW-H20L, just based on reviews on NewEgg and some sort of brand loyalty. But I'm really not sure what to be looking for here. Oh, and I guess a third question -- is there any software at the moment on the Mac that'll recognize a Blu-Ray disk and play a movie from it? Or do we have to wait for official support in their DVD player program? Thanks for help!