Duckie, correct me if I am wrong but I thought HDCP was NOT a form of DRM but is actually just a way to keep the integrity of the video??
Short for high-bandwidth digital-content protection, a specification developed by Intel for protecting digital entertainment content that uses the DVI interface. HDCP encrypts the transmission of digital content between the video source, or transmitter -- such as a computer, DVD player or set-top box -- and the digital display, or receiver -- such as a monitor, television or projector. HDCP is not designed to prevent copying or recording of digital content but to protect the integrity of content as it is being transmitted.
I don't have blu-ray so I have never really figured that all out yet, but I was under the impression that HDCP is NOT for DRM purposes