Just got a box from Warner (they used the same box I sent the HD-DVDs in) with Blu-Ray copies of most of the discs I'd sent them. A couple movies I got 2 Blu-Rays of since I'd sent them 2 bad HD-DVDs, but they also threw in a Blu-Ray of Batman which was nice (I was planning on getting the box set later.) Only got 2 regular DVDs for the 2 bad Willy Wonka HD-DVDs I sent them, there was a note saying the box set was the only Blu-Ray of that movie currently available and they didn't "get approval" to send me that. Still better than nothing. They all appeared new except Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets was in a thin-pak, which must have been taken from a box set. (It has a lot of different languages on it, different from the HD-DVD.)
I sort of wish I'd also sent them my bad Blade Runner, Nip/Tuck and Smallville (season 6) sets, but I sort of wanted to keep the good discs from those just in case any discs in the playable sets I have went bad later.
Good thing about all of this is I now have plenty of material to compare both HD formats. Of course it's a dead issue now, but should still be fun. (Since I'm obsessive I WILL end up watching all of these straight through in addition to the HD-DVDs! Might take about 80 years to do it, but I'll do it!) Noticed a lot of titles that have Dolby Digital Plus on the HD-DVD only have regular Dolby Digital on the Blu-Ray (Purple Rain says it has a Dolby Digital Plus track on the cover, but just checked it and it's just regular Dolby Digital and also a TrueHD track- the HD-DVD has DD+ and TrueHD), The Fugitive still has the same blocky transfer, and the Blu-Ray of Blood Diamond has a PCM track but doesn't have the "In-Movie Experience" or online features that the HD-DVD has. Also noticed these don't have the zoom or bookmark functions either, and no clicking sound effects on the menus though their more recent Blus have that.