XxAchillesxX Like you I amassed a huge DVD collection that is now unwatchable to me because of the poor PQ and sound on DVD. I don't go buy a huge collection because like you I do agree it is 90% crap out there nowadays. But you can still go rent them or order them from Netflix and still get the better sound and PQ then you don't have a huge (and expensive) collection of movies that will be obsolete. That is what I do, that way I can still get the full affect without the problems.
Point taken and I may try that. I personally know lots of Netflix fans but I'm not sure I can schedule time in that manner. Usually more impulsive about when and what we watch, movie-wise.
P.S. If you work in electronics how do you not know about cinemotion and what it does?
I was a bit distracted by an office problem while attending the Sony show in Vegas a few months back so I didn't get to attend the numerous presentations that they did on the HDTV line. By the time I got into the demo room to see the widgets and other features they were getting ready to tear the show down and the presenters had left and the internet connection at Caesar's was dicey. Also, at that time, I wasn't personally in the market for another TV.....that happened because my son wanted Rockband for the 360 so we had to relocate my V2500 to the basement leaving a void at the summer place.
So....what's Cinemotion and what is its impact to a) movies and b) live sports? Thanks.