Originally Posted by asj2006
Not as relevant as actual sales numbers, but then again, Blu-ray is ALSO jumping all over Hd-dvd in those stats....
The only "good" news for Hd-dvd nowadays are from hd-dvd desperados who give anecdotal evidence of how great they are selling in brick and mortar stores.
BD fans would never stoop so low. Less than 6 months ago, when HD DVD was giving BD a thumping on Amazon, we were led to believe that BD owners didn't buy their movies online.
However, it's nice to see they've all changed their minds. Obviously, one BD owner found out that Amazon.com exists and word got round. Now that it's HD DVD getting a kicking, we can only assume that something happened over at Amazon HQ and now their sales rankings are entirely accurate. It's the only logical explanation.
But to get back on topic. I can certainly see where the OP is coming from. When you add this latest evidence of Universal neutrality (none), to all the previous evidence of Universal neutrality (none), you come up with... wait, what's 0+0... ?