Originally Posted by andy sullivan
How would the PQ on my BD35 stack up against the PQ of the new Panasonic 220? The only recommendation I want is should I replace a perfectly working BD35 strictly for improved PQ.
Two weeks ago I replaced my failing BD35 with a 220, so I can directly answer your question.
I cannot tell a difference in PQ between the two units. Neither can my family. So if that's the reason you are considering upgrading, I wouldn't.
However, I can sure tell a difference in disc load and eject times! I loved my BD35 but hated how slow it was. Very pleased with the new 220.