Sony has done it. They've become the perfect Chinese-type nanny on what you can watch. They have now incorporated the Cin-avia copy protection, which is a deep spread-spectrum encoding in the audio channel. Nothing can beat it. Except of course, GETTING RID OF THE PS3!
Blah, blah - if you are perfect, you don't mind being totally controlled. Heck, I could buy Apple if I wanted that! (most people jailbreak those things)
So now, it's off to find a new Linux media player. I'm thinking of a min-itx case, but those things are complicated. Then I would run an open-source player.