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    • Hi Cevolution are these release dates US or Australian release dates ? If Australian then I suggest now might be a good time for us to start a new sticky thread in this forum with just the future / upcoming 4K UHD movies for Australia in it. Separate from the general discussion of 4K UHD features and problems. Any one else in agreement ? On a separate note Iron man 1, 2 & 3 UHD are being released in Europe in April.
    • Have the following titles for sale.

      All region Free unless stated, but are US slimline case version.

      All in mint condition.

      They are region B (Blu-ray) compatible (unless specified) and are genuine store purchased items.

      All in excellent condition and viewed once only.

      Postage $5 (Boxsets, due to bulkiness)

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      Ultra HD-4K Titles

      Sausage Party: $18

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      Boxsets

      -True Blood - Season 1: $20
      -Oceans Trilogy: (Eleven, Twelve, Thirteen): $20

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      -Best Picture Collection (Crash/English Patient/No Country Old -Men/Shakespeare in Love/Chicago): $20
      -Mad Max Collection: $20
      -Lethal Weapon Collection: $20
      -Transformers Revenge of The Fallen (IMAX): $12
      -Fast and The Furious 7: $10
      -American Hustle: $10
      -Sicario: US Version (SLIPCASE): $8
      -The Amazing Spiderman 2: Rise of Electro: $8
      -Riddick: $8
      -Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows: $8 -Battleship: $8
      -Pacific Rim: $7
      -Creed: $7
      -Ruby Sparks: $7
      -Argo: $7
      -A Dangerous Method: $7
      -Tightrope: $7
      -Monster: $7
      -My Cousin Vinny: $7
      -Foxcatcher: $7
      -The Way Way Back: $7
      -Enough Said: $7
      -No Escape: $7
      -Dawn of The Planet of The Apes: $7
      -Snowpiercer: $7

      -The Drop: $7
      -Predestination: $7
      -The Terminal: $7
      -Chasing Amy: $7

      -The Majestic: $7
      -Out of The Furnace: $7
      -Terms of Endearment: $7
      -The Talented Mr Ripley: $7
      -Mrs Vengeance: $7
      -Horns: $7
      -The Voices: $7
      -Harold and Maude: $7
      -The Double: $7
      -Blindness: $7
      -Focus: $7
      -Babadook: $7
      -A Walk Amongst the Tombstones: $7

      -Stoker: $7
      -Sophies Choice: $7
      -After the Sunset: $7
      -Mama: $7
      -St Vincent: $7
      -Bill Durham: $7
      -Haywire: $7
      -Julie and Julia: $7
      -Inhale: $7
      -Cabin in the woods: $7
      -Marley and Me: $7
      -Philadelphia: $7

      -Moonrise Kingdom: $7
      -Like Father Like Son: $7
      -The Sweet Hereafter: $7
      -The Past: $7
      -Man of Taichi: $7
      -Dead Man Down: $7
      -Eraserhead: $7
      -Amistad: $7
      -Lone Ranger: $7
      -Marvins Room: $7
      -Skeleton Twins: $7
      -Helion: $7
      -Water Diviner: $7

      -Risky Business: $7
      -Boiler Room: $7
      -Payback: $7
      -Seeking a friend for the end of the World: $7
      -This Must be the Place: $7
      -Mental: $7
      -Trick or Treat: $7
      -Jack Reacher: $7

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      DISC ONLY

      -Wild Target: $5
      -The Boys are Back: $5
      -Gamer: $5
      -Dinner For Smucks: $5
      -Greenberg: $5
      -Nowhere Boy: $5
      -Frost Nixon: $5
      -Manolete: $5
      -Repo Men: $5
      -I Love You Man: $5
      -Hall Pass (Extended Cut): $5
      -Faster: $5
      -Away We Go: $5
      -We Are Marshall: $5
      -No Reservations: $5
      -The Losers: $5
      -Centerion: $5
      -A Serious Man: $5
      -The Wolf Man: $5
      -The Informant: $5
      -The Exorcism of Emily Rose: $5
      -Public Enemies: $5
      -The Crazies: $5
      -Eat Pray Love: $5

      Location: North Sydney __________________
    • The 12Mbps down would be fine for receiving Full HD streaming which would be sufficient for most households I'd imagine. I'd think it would be a pretty solid 12Mbps too, in most locations but we'd need a fair number of reports to confirm that. 

      For UHD enthusiasts like me, it would need to be no less than the 25 down (with 5 up) plan. Given my close proximity to likely locations for nodes, that would likely be an overall improvement on my current Optus HFC connection which gives around 25Mbps down (dipping sometimes to around 17Mbps), but only around 1.5Mbps up.   I upload videos and photos to Google Drive for viewing by family overseas. It takes ages to do that with my current cable connection (around 1.5Mbps upload rate). Another aspect is conducting Skype and other video conferences with good video quality. A bit of reserve in the upload capacity might not go astray, though I have to admit I haven't tested that out all that much to date. (It can be hard to assess whether the bottleneck is with your own ISP, the ISP of the other participant(s), or with national or international internet routing.)