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Originally Posted by ricwhite /forum/post/0
I have 65 HD DVDs, but there's only ONE on my list for the next six months (which is on order). So far, there just isn't anything worth buying in 2007 (that has been announced). On the other hand, there are 18 BD titles that I'm interested in and count is rising. Unless Fox, Disney, Sony, MGM, etc decide to go neutral soon (which I thought would eventually happen when I bought my HD DVD player -- but now realize it may not), I'll have no other choice but to invest in BD technology as well.
Even if HD DVD comes through with their rumored "300 titles" in 2007, I would still seriously have to consider BD since there are a LOT of movies from Disney, Sony, MGM, Fox (among others) that I'm interested in.
I bought my 28 and then there's been nothing to itch my google checkout account in the last month. The sinister lure of the Sony Siren is calling, but thankfully I can't afford the hardware, but the software is tempting... come on Universal/Warner, give me something to buy!
Originally Posted by dylanneild /forum/post/0
Best place in Toronto is the HMV SuperStore on Yonge Street. Almost every disc. Prices aren't great though.
Originally Posted by CalgaryCowboy /forum/post/0
In Western Canada Walmart is the best buy after that Future shop or Best Buy just check internet first as instore prices are higher than the same store online. Won't buy anything over 23.99 or 24.99 after that Amazon.com is better deal even with shipping.