IMO the last few shots have clearly shown the hd dvd version has the edge since the blu-ray has more DNR applied. To me, the difference isn't huge but still, a shame they applied more DNR to it. I do find it funny some wonder if the hd dvd grain is just noise/artifacts (that comment about wanting less detail because of that kid's face shot was priceless) and won't just accept it is grain and the older, lower bitrate version is superior.
I have no idea how some can say the blu-ray looks better after the last 4 or so comparo shots but hey, no doubt it being the higher bitrate transfer factors into that. I am getting sick of the "high bitrate automatically means better, DNR or other issues be damned" mentality but (and I hate this word/saying soooo much) "whatever"...I for one will judge stuff on what is there not go in with a biased opinion based on a bit rate number.