well I flashed the 9.11 I guess I'll stick with this unless you guys think there is more benefit to the pioneer firmware. It seems identical in looking at it.
Now that a 'GENERAL' BDR-205 kernel is available, you can actually crossflash your drive to the 'real thing' if you want, i.e. to the latest Pioneer 1.12 firmware, which is newer than the 9.11 provided by Primera (9.11 is basically the equivalent Primera OEM version of the older Pioneer 1.11). Besides the fact that the Pioneer firmware is newer, if any other firmware updates are going to be released for this drive in the future, you stand a better chance that they will come straight from Pioneer rather than from their various OEM partners, which is another potential advantage of crossflashing to the standard Pioneer firmware.
The files you need are here: http://www.mediafire.com/?y5y3s9zcbm9ex06
You need to unrar the two files in the same directory where DVRFlash is and then assuming that your drive letter is E:, use the following DVRFlash command to crossflash:
DVRFlash.exe -ff E: S1014000.102 S1014001.112
After a restart you'll have a standard Pioneer drive with firmware 1.12 on board, and in the future, whenever Pioneer releases an update, you can update your drive's firmware directly by using the update file provided by Pioneer (i.e. you don't have to use DVRFlash).