I'm generally going to wait until 2017 to buy an UHD Blu-ray player. I'd like to wait for 2nd-generation hardware, which will likely be much less expensive than first. Likewise, I think UHD-BD media will have come down in price some and leveled off.
In the mean time, my movie-buying strategy will be to buy the UHD version of movies as they come out IF they come with a standard Blu-ray. I'll just stockpile and future proof my library until I have a player to view them -- that's been my strategy for 3D movies since all I DON'T have yet is a 3D-capable TV, which will come in February or March once I get my tax refund and see what HDR-capable sets are on the market.
As for what movies I'm buying NOW ... I'm being quite selective. If we really want to watch it now, I'm buying it. Like I said, I'm also getting 3D versions of movies that I expect will never be 3D on UHD-BD. Otherwise, I'm holding off until I see what happens. There are some catalog titles that I never got around to buying that I'll now wait for on UHD Blu-ray -- cough, Fifth Element, cough -- and slowly build up my library that way as well.
Striving to live life in high dynamic range and ultra high definition.
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