Good news, UHD Blu-rays will not feature any region coding! Ultra HD Blu-ray Specifications Codec: HEVC MPEG-5 @ up to 100Mbps Resolution: Up to 3840 x 2160 Frame rate: Up to 60fps HDR: 10-bit SMPTE 2084 Dolby Vision: Possible Philips HDR: Possible Color Space: Rec.709, DCI-P3, Rec.2020 Chroma Subsampling: 4:2:0 UHDBD Disc Storage: Up to 100GB 3D: No Region Coding: No HDCP 2.2: Yes 8-Channel LPCM: Yes Dolby Atmos, Dolby TrueHD, Dolby Digital: Yes DTS:X, DTS-HD MA, DTS: Yes AURO 3D: Maybe (if carried via LPCM) Bitrate up to 100Mbps obviously blows away 4k streaming services @ ~5-15Mbps. Also offers 10-bit SMPTE 2084 HDR (High Dynamic Range), 4.2.0 chroma sub-sampling, and expanded color gamut. Current Blu-ray discs are 8-bit and limited to the Rec.709 color space. Ultra HD Blu-rays can still be graded in Rec.709, but now add DCI-P3 (the theatrical color space) and Rec.2020 capabilities. COPY & EXPORT Initially named Digital Bridge, Copy & Export feature allows users to transfer a bit-for-bit identical copy of the disc content (including lossless surround sound) to your UHD BD player's internal hard drive so you can create a personal, instantly accessible library. The Export feature is reportedly similar to Digital HD Copy or Ultraviolet; you will be able to access your content via third party apps on portable devices.