Many people on this forum have been following Oppo's new 4K UDP-205 and for the foreseeable future, that is one of the only ways we are going to see true native 4K movies, and at this time there are few 4K movies on disc, so everyone is dragging their feet except the television manufacturers selling 4K televisions. We will probably see native 4K content on standard cable stations by 2050! I looked on Amazon and found several Blu-ray players touting 4K, but you have to look close, they are not suitable for playing native 4K but rather upscaling current Blu-ray discs to 4K, for whatever that is worth. Currently, less than 0.5% of Americans and Europeans have access to any TV channels broadcasting in 1080p, much less 4K, yet it seems the majority of new televisions are 4K. If we have any way to get after AT&T UVerse, Time Warner Cable, Dish or Direct, we need to get them off of dead center and at least offering 1080P and hope for 4K at some point years from now. I checked Netflix and if you pay an extra fee, they will feed you some ultra HD. They now offer just under 30 4K streamed movies, but hey, that is at least a start. The other cable companies and satellite providers are really dragging their feet from what I can tell. For the majority of the channels we watch from day to day, we are seeing 720P or 1080i, but certainly not 1080P! These broadcasters choose between 720P to handle motion better or 1080i if they don't have to deal with much motion, but 1080P is NOT on the table. I wonder how many people really know what a sad position we are in, in regard to consumer broadcasting? These cable companies are happy to charge big monthly fees, but they operate at a snail's pace on keeping up with television manufacturers. What in the heck can we as consumers do about this? I have no HBO or Cinemax and AT&T hits me for about $130.00 per month, and I'm paying for 720P or 1080i, no deal there! There is no 4K or even 1080P anywhere in site.