Nope. Half of the old VHS stuff isnt even avaliable on DVD, so what makes me think they will be on the newer formats? Besides, with all of the format confusion, I dont think anyone will be to quick to quickly jump to a new format so fast. When cost and expense is involved the wallet will often speak for itself.
The largest TV I have right now is a 27" with component inputs--and as far as I know it does fine for me for the time being as picture quality goes when it comes to watching DVD's...I mean, how high of a picture quality can you get?
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Originally Posted by VideoTechMan
'course, that's part of the discusion here. The encoded HDDVD's will not be good. Leading us to say... "why bother". Especialy when a properly encoded (regular) dvd (SW Trilogy) looks fantastic.
A LOT can be done with the current format, yet they pump out poorly encoded dvd's. Why should we think HD-DVD's will be handled any different.Don't give in to DVD2ONE, that leads to the dark side.