I looked into it again a couple days ago actually. Since I found out my local retro games store sells second hand blurays at decent prices. Turns out you can get a decent second hand bluray player for around £20 from ebay. The issue I then have though is that due to my speaker setup I have no way of switching audio between my PC and other stuff, equally I have to use my soundcards Bass CrossOver functionality just to make my current setup work. So to find a blurau player that also supports that particular set of features would be hard work. The local games store also had a broken PS3 Super Slim (without controller and hard drive) that they were selling for £5, which was something I had to think about for a while, since it could play blurays. But for the price of adding in a harddrive and buying a controller it wouldn't be worth it assuming it was a simple fix. They also had a PS2 for £5 that didn't read disks, afaik that is an easy fix, but I would rather emulate PS2 games on my PC where I can run them at 4k supersampled etc. At which point I start to think, what's the point anyway? There are already more games than I could ever hope to complete and the last thing I need is more reasons to not be productive. Not to mention my movie knowledge is so limited I don't even know what I would watch. The only thing I can really think of right now is baby driver whenever that comes out, but even then getting it second hand would be difficult.