Originally Posted by eweiss
"good enough" is a subjective decision. The grain in lower-light/indoor scenes may be a distraction or annoyance or it may not bother you at all. Only you can determine this. I think it's probably worth the pre-pub price of between $45 and $50. The only way to make movies 2 and 3 look better is some DNR or other filtering, which would probably hurt the PQ in other ways. So if you want to see the Extended movie, this is probably as good as it'll get.
Originally Posted by haineshisway
Yes, yes, yes, the transfers are excellent and look like they should - that is the ONLY thing that should concern you.
thank you for the responses!
decided this will be my christmas gift. last i checked amazon was out and i wouldn't get delivery until after christmas.
called 2 b & n and one said sold out and the other said in stock.
drove through mall traffic and go to b & n, and there coputer inventory system is getting buggy and turns out they are sold out. tried bb across the street, 15 minutes travel time, and can't find it and the employees don't even know what i'm talking about.
in despair, i come home and check amazon, and whadddaa know, back in stock. delivery early next week.
by the way i really liked fincher's film