Here's a bunch of screenshots from the Universal blu-ray. What annoys me is that the use of DNR was not needed as they gave it a bitrate that stays in the high 20's.
It should also be noted that the audio is great (and has a bitrate that hovers around 4mbs for most of the film).
EDIT: I just looked at my HD-DVD version and it looks identical to the blu-ray (same DNR and minor EE issues) so Universal used the same master as they did for the HD-DVD. Although I commend them on not adding more DNR, this is a sad excuse for a blu-ray. To add insult to injury, the HD-DVD has 1/2 the bit-rate the blu-ray did. Unfortunately I cannot post comparisons as I can't get MPC HC to do screenshots.
It seems that there was a problem with my computer when I took the screenshots and they did not accurately reflect the quality of the film. As a result, blu-ray.com's review is the best place for screenshots.