Hey guys, After hanging out on these forums for quite some time I've seen many Mac users support Blu-ray as it's a common topic with upcoming Mac revisions. I'm just curious though, what's the big fuss about it? IMO, I don't see Blu-ray as being a HUGE difference over a DVD as you're basically getting audio and video enhancements. The jump from VHS to DVD marked a much larger turn in the industry - fiddling with clunky tapes and having to rewind and FF to resume a movie was no longer an issue. A DVD compared to Blu-ray gives you almost the same movie experience that's about 85% of the way there. My main point in this argument is that the future of media distribution will be electronic and on-demand. The future is all about in instant delivery of entertainment -nobody wants to go out of their way to the nearest rental store to check out a Blu-ray and have to drive back several days later to return it. With the increase of bandwidth and the ever-popular Netflix and on-demand entertainment, physical copies of entertainment should be phased out. In the near future we'll undoubtably see full HD-streamed movies to our computers and HDTV. Maybe it's just me but I never saw anything promising with Blu-ray or HD-DVD's. I've seen Apple supporters more zealously support Blu-ray technology but most of the PC community (as far as I know of) never really got into it as much. What's everyone elses take on this?