Not to harp on experiential realism, but if you've seen it, heard it, felt it, touched it- it's real. That is why I can accept theism as a valid viewpoint- you may have had a personal revelation. But how can something reveal to you the non-existance of a diety? That's why I can't accept athiesm as valid- not only is there no proof, there is no chance of proof- ever. That's like saying that there are no such thing as pegasai. You can't prove that they have never existed in every place, without checking every place. Which is impossible.
Here's why I would never get pulled out of the Matrix by our intrepid heroes. While I do not believe that the world we experience has any concrete basis, and I'm perfectly willing to accept that it may be an illusion, in either a buddhist or Matrix context. In any case, illusory it may be, but it is my experience. While it is malleable, and I can create any experience I want to, given the appropriate exertion of effort and creativity (and possibly schizotypal delusions), the fact that it is a lie doesn't bother me. I'm not offended by that thought, in and of itself.
However... finding bugs and exploiting them... that does sound like fun.