I'm a member of AVS Forum, the High Def Digest Forum, and the Blu-ray.com Forum. I only have a few posts at those two though.
I've started reading through the Blu-ray.com Forum thread. From what I've seen so far, there appears to be a perception of AVS along the lines of "nerds who over-analyze screenshots in order to damage the Blu-ray format." Some posters there believe that there has been a prevalent pro-HD DVD bias here for years. One guy says something and the rest pile on. "Yeah, those AVS haters! You can't trust 'em!"
The same thing is happening here, bashing the membership of other forums as if an online forum is a single entity rather than a collection of individual posters who each have their own standards, perceptions, biases...
Civility, please. I know I'm not the only person here who is a member of multiple forums - in fact I've seen plenty of people from here on forums that I don't actively participate on.
We don't suddenly become different people just because we are posting on a different website (or we shouldn't).
Individual points should be addressed rather than pointing to generalizations of the "air" of a whole community. I'm sure I'm guilty of it in the past and probably even in this post, but we should strive to enjoy and advance this high definition movie hobby instead of engaging in all this Internet drama.
I think I'll try to respond to the blatantly false assertion(s) of the frames not matching on the proper forum if someone hasn't already - I still have a lot of posts to read over there.