Just found this in the Richer Sounds Summer Sale (if there is such a thing), last few going for general sale, considering this is normally retailing online for around the £160+ mark this could be hot:
The Sony BDPS560 takes Blu-ray connectivity to the next level by offering built-in wireless connection to your home network.
Like most modern Blu-ray players, the BDPS560 offers BD-Live technology which enables you to connect to your home network system and utilise particular Internet websites which give you additional film information. Whilst this is now common place, wireless connection isn't - especially at this price! Before, you had to connect the Blu-ray player by an Ethernet cable or purchase an optional wireless module. With the Sony BD-PS560 this is no longer necessary. What's more, the BDPS560 is compatible with protected set-ups (WPS) and also allows for other information to be streamed around your home network. For example, you can stream photos from your PC to the Blu-ray to be shown on your main TV set.
As you'd expect from the inventors of Blu-ray, the sound and picture quality are first rate. Blu-ray gives around six times more detail than DVD and will even upscale your DVDs to 1080p quality. x.v. Colour is also supported for an even more realistic image quality. The sound is similarly impressive thanks to quality Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD decoders built-in and Sony's usual high quality transport. The transport has also been refined to give faster loading times. With the Quick Start mode you can now start operating your Blu-ray player just 6 seconds after power on. Like other Sony Blu-ray players the BD-PS560 is also extremely easy to use. The Xross Media Bar user interface makes the complex technology easy to access.
For a Blu-ray player which combines wireless networking with high standards of performance, the Sony BDPS560 makes a tempting choice.
Limited stocks available in region 2 only format, but we do have plenty of multi region stock available which the vast majority of our customers prefer. A multi region player will enable you to play DVDs (but not Blu-Ray discs) from anywhere in the world, in particular US discs that often have additional features - great to have for such a small premium.