That won't work in all Windows versions if the partition is larger than 32GB. At least in 7 it will start and look like it's working but at the end it will laugh at you and say too bad. There are free alternatives out though like Easeus Partition Master. Unless you're running 64bit which isn't a feature of the free version but I just use it in a VM session and it works fine.
Anyway, my question is whether or not the Blu-Ray drive is accessible when using the FTP program. If not is that something that is possible to incorporate? Maybe have it mounted as part of the ftp startup. The terminology may be wrong but you get the idea.
Oh forget my previous question. I reread the readme and it states "• Full Read access to "dev_bdvd"" so I guess that answers that. I'm assuming that's the Blu-Ray drive.