Lost Knight wrote:I am planning on picking up a 52-inch or possibly even 57-inch in the near future, and I also was one who did not notice such a major difference in terms of picture quality, but that could have been due to the size of the screen as others have pointed out. I do, however, notice a difference in movement with the 60 and 120MHz technologies.
The only question for me is if buying some of the more older films such as Terminator 2: Judgement Day or GoodFellas would be worth it on Blu-Ray. The thought of replacing my entire DVD collection with Blu-Ray is nauseating and overwhelming to say the least. At this point, I think I'll just focus on some of the newer films like The Dark Knight, Transformers, 300, and other blockbusters to get the most bang for my buck.
I just got a Blu-Ray Player for XMAS. My girl got me The Dark Knight and T2. I also have those movies on DVD. I compared my DVD player with the Blu-Ray. let me just say TOTAL DIFFERENCE esepecially with...............T2. The Dark Knight was shot digitally. T2 was using state of the art movie tech for 17yrs ago. I did side by side comparison the T2 Blu-Ray surpasses the DVD. You do get your occasional snow/noise on the screen but as I said b4 the movie is 17 yrs old. The Dark Knight looks thats all I can say LOL I do not plan on replacing my entire collection of DVD's with their Blu-Ray counter part. But at least now moving forward I can figure out what I want on Blu and what I want on DVD.