Originally Posted by sgt
Yep, we're all being paid off by HD-DVD supporters to fabricate this. Grab your tin foil caps!
In all seriousness, I do agree it's probably limited to a few bad pressings and not worth getting our panties in a wad over. However, to imply that multiple AVS forum members (most of which happen to be avid blu-ray supporters) are making this up is just absurd.
I think it's important for BD to identify what's causing the problem.
It might be, at one extreme, that this could happen to all BDs, or many BDs, after a period of time.
It might just be a few bad pressings.
But until the cause is identified, nobody knows, and a question mark remains.
No one can 100% say it's limited to a few bad pressings, even if that's the most likely outcome.
If I were the BDA, I'd be collecting copies of these discs and letting the scientists check what's gone wrong as soon as possible.