OK, folks, now that BluRay is finally gaining some traction, the question now is... Which titles in your collection are worth the repurchase again to BluRay? Now, mind you, I have QUITE a collection of DVDs. There was a marked improvement in picture quality combined with features and space savings in having a title on DVD over VHS. (And, if you were an anime fan... both subs and dubs). Now, we have BluRay, and I am starting to question.... which titles are worth a rebuy? My picks include: Raiders of the Lost Ark Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade The original Star Wars trilogy Lord of the Rings - Both Versions Terminator 2 The Fifth Element The Matrix Toy Story (both) The Incredibles Studio Ghibli Men In Black Akira Close Encounters of the Third Kind Lets take a look at that list again. The earliest film on that list was released in 1977. Practically all have plenty of action and/or lots of effects. Now, if a new film is released in BluRay which I don't have in my collection, I'll get the BluRay version. I added Terminator: The Sarah Conner Chronicles, Mirrormask, Kung Fu Hustle, and Wall-E this way. (I don't even own a BluRay player yet). The newly discovered footage of Metropolis merits a re-purchase, as it will be significantly different from the current release. The Negotiator, The Bucket List, Twelve Angry Men, Inherit the Wind, or U-571 repurchase? Don't think so... And, no, I'm not that excited about the re-release of the Star Trek films in BluRay.