Originally Posted by Grubert
And if you manage to walk from the kitchen to the bedroom without stepping on the lines between the tiles, the monsters won't come out from under your bed at night to kill your mom.
In another thread, an email from Bill Hunt states that this was a VERY difficult decision for Warner and was VERY hotly debated internally.
This was NOT a no-brainer for Warner, as there were a LOT of conflicting views on the subject.
I am very sure that if we had NOT made a fuss, it would have made it easy for some in Warner to decide to hold the Matrix back until the Bluray version was ready.
As it stands, our voices and feedback were taken very seriously by Warner and they responded in the best possible faith...
You may disagree all you like, and ridicule the opposing viewpoint, but it is very obvious that Warner wrestled with this decision.
I intend to reward them for being brave enough to do the right thing.
And they DID indeed do the right thing, here.
The REAL question is: How many OTHER studios (such as Paramount, for example) are holding back HD DVD releases because of their problems with BDJ development?
Maybe it's time we gave them a little nudge also??.......