Originally Posted by Kilgore
You do as you see fit, but don't criticize me just because I don't do like you choose to do. It really doesn't help your cause.
Perhaps my comment is overly critical than my intention, per se.
At least in my view point if one is willing to make the investment to have a reasonably capable display and audio system to enjoy HD media, there would be a justified inherent desire to acquire the discs that best replicate the originating source with little to no comprise.
Plenty of examples that show it can be done and every one is happy.
My opinion is not based in some punitive need to 'punish' Warner, it is grounded in the reality that Warner copped out and is providing a halfhearted money grab that will be justified when no one objects.
Companies sometimes listen to complaints but frequently if the objections are not prominent enough to affect profits they will be ignored. Best way to make a company correct a fault is to endanger their bottom line.
I am writing an actual physical letter to express my disappointment and to give, even the minutest comparative, weight to my objections I'll refrain from purchasing this set at this time.
For me at least when a company expects me to upgrade my 'antiquated' copies of their products they better provide a substantially improved replacement in exchange for my money.
Anyhow enjoy the discs, it is of course your prerogative. ;}
PS I didn't know I was part of a cause but if I am at least its goals benefits everyone. Great PQ and AQ for All.
Is it really so much to expect or ask for?