There are movies I have on LD and never bought on DVD, and there are definitely movies I've bought on DVD that I'll never get on BD. The pattern emerging seems to be the older the movie, the less it seems to benefit from a format upgrade. Now, obviously there are exceptions, but there are also GREAT examples of where a studio, for whatever reason, just doesn't make the investment necessary for an "HD worthy" title. Heck, I still have LD's with commentaries that can't be found on DVD, let alone BD. In the long run, this will limit the number of BD's I purchase based on my existing collection. Anyone else feel this way?
Yamaha RX-A2050 AVR (5.0.2)
(4) Polk Monitor 10B's (R/L F/R), (2) Polk Monitor 4's (TM), Polk CS300 center channel
Analog: B&O TX2 Turntable, Nakamichi Cassette Deck 1
Digital: Pioneer CLD-99 Elite LD, Panasonic DMP-UB900 UHD Blu-Ray
LG 65EF9500 4K OLED