I don't know how many of you have these DVD's that supposedly have a High-Definition version of the movie on it in wmv format. Personally, I've had my Terminator 2 Extreme DVD for a couple of years, and I have never gotten the wmv version to work. And I've tried it, believe. I've tried hard.
I'm pretty good with computers, and I just can't get this thing to play. It's beyond ridiculous, it's beyond absurd. It's just so stupid to have so much restriction on something that makes watching this difficult...almost impossible. A couple of weeks ago, I must've spent at least 2 hours trying to play this movie. I was reading forums, downloading drivers, installing the dvd's own player (of course it won't work with 3rd party players like Zoom Player). I mean, if it isn't impossible to play this thing, it's next to impossible.
And all this talk I'm hearing about Windows Vista and their severe DRM restrictions is a little scary. What's going to happen? It sounds like companies are going to sell products (graphic cards, dvd's, other hardware) with nice capabilities, but with so many restrictions on them that render them basically useless. So there are probably going to be a lot of unknowing consumers buying a bunch of high-end stuff that isn't going to work. There's no way that people will put up with this. It's going to be really interesting to see how all this plays out.