I'm going to be building a new PC using Win10 and I'm hoping include region-free HTPC functionality within it. My old (and now dead) WinXP PC was using very, very old multi-region HTPC software; DVD Idle Pro with WinDVD 10 (plus a MCE IR remote, the wonderfully named iMon Knob) all of which is now pretty old tat. For example with DVDs: Batman Begins plays, but The Dark Knight most of the time didn't. Unfortunately nowadays I'm totally out of step with what's required to playback either DVD or Bluray on a PC especially wit regards to multi-region discs. I looking to do the following: Playback DVD regions 1, 2 and 3. Playback Bluray region A and B. Bypass the dreaded Cinavia. Access to disc menus because a lot of DVDs I own are in foreign languages so I need access to subtitles options and also accessing the disc extras is a boon.. As far as I can tell Cyberlink PowerDVD is the only kid on the block with regards to Bluray playback as well as accessing menus for both Bluray and DVD. Kodi and Plex look interesting, but I know very little about them. As for getting region free playback I'm at a bit of a loss, but would AnyDVD HD do the job? Help and suggestions are most welcome.