As great as D-VHS looks, I think it only succeeds as a concept as a transition product, the only one that can currently support HD media. I think it's selling point is that of a recording device for HD programs and a TEMPORARY TRANSITION device for playback of prerecorded HD movies. I think the latter will be relegated to HD-DVD in the future. I don't think many people will give up the ability to skip scenes, not rewind, etc etc. Also DVd's are less clunky looking. All this leads to my main question. When is HD-DVD going to be available for release of HD versions of movies?
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3/19/01 at 2:03pm