Good to know and try. Thanks.
My only reservation is about the virtual drives. More often these virtual drivers
muck up the system. ( I stick with Virtual Clone Drive. Even Daemon and Alcohol are known to be problematic, though many will vouch they are not. I think it depends upon what other software one has in his system)
My advice to anyone who wants to try, will be to create a system restore before installing this or better still make up a system backup with an imaging software if one is using.
EDIT: Just tried a BD ISO - not a movie, but something like a travelogue. PowerDVD 10 complained that it is not in a supported format and failed to play. The same mounted ISO played on Nero BD player as well as MPC-Home Cinema without any probem.Strangely, Power DVD10 played the same ISO when mounted on Virtual Clone drive.
Movie BD ISOs mounted on BDlot virtual drive , however, played fine in all players.