I'm probably going to move over to Blu-ray within the next five years, I plan on getting into it next fall. I know there's a lot to be improved over DVD and I don't underestimate how good even movies like The Evil Dead can look. So long as it's on film we've still got a long ways to go before we can really show how much detail is on each frame of film. Watching MonsterHD shows even with movies like Wolf Man (1941) there's a lot left to give; but of course there is as these were shot on 35mm. Quality that's 4x higher than even HD. It actually disapoints me to see people consider 480p to be the pinnacle of what horror can achieve, akin to people saying horror is only good for teenagers in heat. Someone says they're the biggest fan of TCM on the planet but then goes on to say that DVD can't have much detail beyond VHS and I can't believe that they would think so low of their favorite film to think so poorly of the film elements and the talent of all those involved in the production. There's a literal rich tapestry left to be discovered to the films we love. The limitations of video up until now have hidden from us what's really on those reels of film.