With the arrival of Leopard, is anybody as annoyed as I am that there's still no support for HD-DVD and Blu-Ray in DVD Player? I picked up one of the new LG combo drives for $299 and sadly Leopard won't play either new format from it (despite the HD tab in the prefs). Boot Camp into Vista, use AnyDVD HD (because the card in the Mac Pro isn't HDCP compliant) and the copy of PowerDVD that comes with the drive, I can play both. I have to rant -- for the platform that's supposed to be the best for authoring both formats, why the hell is there still no support for playback of either? Why is it that the Macintosh, media maven that it is, is completely silent in this area, while the PC goes along happily playing both? Boo, Apple. You've really dropped the ball on this one IMO, and conspicuously considering (a) Apple's media-centric message and (b) Apple's push into the living room. The end result is I've got this media powerhouse Mac Pro that can author HD-DVD and Blu-Ray movies but can't play them. Does Apple really want to be behind Windows in this bleeding edge video area? I must say this is the drawback of suckling from Apple's teet -- at least in the PC world you have InterVideo and Cyberlink fighting to top each other. Here we'll get Blu-Ray/HD-DVD support when Apple feels like it, which may be never. Can someone tell me if Apple ever plans to support them? Or do we have to wait for 10.6?