CES HD DVD/Blu-ray Swag Giveaway

Posted by Tyler Pruitt on January 17, 2008 
Filed Under: Blu-ray, Deals, HD DVD

For those that didn’t attend CES 2008 with us, here is your chance to take home some great HD DVD/Blu-ray related Swag from the show.

Swag included in giveaway:

Dolby TrueHD Demo Disc (both HD DVD and Blu-ray versions)

DTS-HD MA Demo Disc (both HD DVD and Blu-ray versions)

Freedom 2 Anime HD DVD/DVD Twin Format Disc

Blu-ray Logo USB thumb drive (512 MB)

High Quality HD DVD/Toshiba Pen

Blu-ray Disc fold out pen

Blue LED THX flashing magnetic pendant.


Rules Rules Rules :

To enter giveaway you must make a comment in this post.

For fun tell us what format you support, what player(s) you have, and how many discs you own.

You must live in the US only, sorry but we hate waiting in line at the post office.

You must reply by Sunday night (Jan 20th) at Midnight Pacific Time.

IF you enter more than once, your entries will be voided! don’t cheat!

Winner will be picked at random via and contacted via email address used for comment.

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95 Responses to “CES HD DVD/Blu-ray Swag Giveaway”

  1. John Almendarez on January 17th, 2008 3:47 pm

    HD DVD supporter with hda20 and around 30 movies. plus many more to buy and i will until they are no longer available just like i did with laserdisc and i still have those players running in my system.

  2. chad on January 17th, 2008 3:51 pm

    Format: HD DVD
    Player: Toshiba A2
    Discs: 6

  3. Mike on January 17th, 2008 3:52 pm

    I’ve been a reader of your site for quite a while, but this is my first post. Your site is one of a handful that I check on a daily basis.

    I have been following the format battles for quite some time, but I am relatively new when it comes down to the actual hardware. I’m still currently shopping around for the best quality/price ratio on a display… but as for the player, I couldn’t resist the good deal on the Toshiba A30.

    I do not have many discs yet (only 10, Serenity being the first), but I only make so much every 2 weeks. :)

    I am a full supporter of HD DVD, but I am not entirely opposed to purchasing a Blu-ray player in the future… distant future, that is.

    By the way, I live in Owensboro, KY.

  4. Tim on January 17th, 2008 3:55 pm

    I originally began as an HD supporter with the Toshiba A1. Eventually purchased the 360 add-on and most recently the A30. However upon purchasing the PS3, back on launch day, I’ve been addicted to Blu-ray ever since.

    51 HD discs
    62 Blu-ray discs

  5. Marwan Haddad on January 17th, 2008 3:55 pm

    I own ps3, and 6 movies in Blu-ray. Now i support blu-ray. But I was hoping that HD-DVD would win!

  6. Tim on January 17th, 2008 4:09 pm

    I’m still pulling for HD DVD to stick with us long-term, but I’ve given up on market dominance. Disney will never switch.

    Player: Toshiba HD-A3 (planning on getting a PS3 before the end of the month)
    HD DVD: 19 + 5 (mail)
    Blu-ray: 9

  7. Mitch on January 17th, 2008 4:10 pm

    I’m rocking Blu-ray, of course!
    using a Sony BDP-S300 and I’ve got 93 blu-ray movies with many more to come!

  8. B6S on January 17th, 2008 4:11 pm


    58 Discs.

    Blu-Ray 4 Lyfe.

    Kosty sucks the big one.

  9. Allan on January 17th, 2008 4:11 pm

    Great site. You always seem to get the news first. Good job!

    Format: Blu-ray
    Player: PlayStation 3
    Discs: 16


  10. Akon on January 17th, 2008 4:17 pm

    nothing like free swag! I have a PS3 so I’m blu all the way. Blu ray is awesome. No fanboy here but I hope the “format war” ends soon.

  11. Brad on January 17th, 2008 4:18 pm

    Woo Hoo! I would like some swag! :-)
    I am 100% an HD-DVD supporter with my Toshiba HD-A3 player. I currently have 22 HD DVDS and am looking to buy more.. I know some think HD is about to die, but I will continue to support it as long as they are putting out movies.
    Love the site. (I have been coming here about once or twice a day since I found it). Great news and commentary.

  12. Chris on January 17th, 2008 4:18 pm

    Iím a Blu-ray supporter. Own Panasonic dmp-bp30. I have about 40 movies. wish this format war would end.

  13. Mehar on January 17th, 2008 4:25 pm

    I own the Xbox 360 HD DVD add on, I am a full supporter of HD DVD, I currently have 25 discs in my collection. I plan on buying HD DVD discs for as long as they are sold in stores. I don’t live in America, I just wanted to post, lol.

  14. Kris on January 17th, 2008 4:33 pm

    I began a full HD DVD supporter with the 360 addon, then moved to the Toshiba A2, and now enjoy the A35. After becoming addicted to high def movies, I broke down and bought a Sharp BD-HP20 blu-ray player and have started buying both formats. However, HD DVD is the better format and I choose HD DVD over Blu-ray any day of the week! I have 141 HD DVD’s and 62 Blu-rays. I live in Seattle, WA.

  15. Max on January 17th, 2008 4:36 pm

    I’m a Blu-ray supporter. I own a Playstation 3. I have 3 Blu-ray movies and also Planet Earth on Bly-ray (which is like 4 discs).

  16. Lumpmoose on January 17th, 2008 4:41 pm

    I own a Toshiba HD-A2 with 4 discs. I supported HD DVD up until Warner went Blu. Now I hope HD DVD drops out so that HDM can focus on competing against Apple, XBLM, and the like. Both formats will lose if the war continues much longer.

  17. Wes on January 17th, 2008 4:43 pm

    I own the most advanced console gaming machine on earth… The Sony Playstation 3… I fully support the technically superior format of Blu-Ray. I never settle for “pretty good”, I must have the best of the best, whatever it may be… With these two formats in comparison, it would be foolish of me to settle for the cheaper but inferior technology format. I spare no expense in getting the best… Its Blu-Ray my friends… With a possible 8 layer, 200gb disk and the market share now currently at 85% for Blu-Ray and growing, how foolish would I have to be to purchase anything else…

  18. Greg Mariotti on January 17th, 2008 4:44 pm

    love the site. I have over 120 blu-rays. no hd-dvd for me.


  19. Doug on January 17th, 2008 5:00 pm


    Sony PS3
    XBOX360 HD-DVD Addon Player
    2 HD-DVD Movies
    4 Blu-ray Movies

  20. Richard on January 17th, 2008 5:05 pm

    HD-DVD supporter with an Xbox 360 add-on. Only one HD-DVD movie to my name right now.

  21. Ken Johnson on January 17th, 2008 5:27 pm

    I support HD DVD
    I have a Toshiba HD-A3 and currently own 16 movies with more on the way!

  22. Davian Dupont on January 17th, 2008 5:45 pm

    I own both and fully support the better format Blu-Ray disc which has proven itself. It is now a known fact BD is superior. Image quality and sound quality are better on Blu-ray as well. My Sony BDP-S300 even upscales standard dvds far far better than the Toshiba HD-A30. You can compare that as well and really tell a difference. My home theatre is absolutely fantastic. Hd-dvds are nice but not near as big a step from standard dvds as blu-ray is. Sometimes while watching an hd-dvd movie i forget its hi-def. A blu-ray movie you never forget its hi-def while watching it. : )
    I own
    Sony BDP-S300
    Sony Playstation 3
    Toshiba HD-A30

    Blu-ray discs – 109
    HD-dvd discs -17

  23. Michael Splawn on January 17th, 2008 5:48 pm

    I have been reading this site for 5 months and finally just purchased a PS3, but I bought my son a hd-a3 for Christmas, since both formats “seemed”
    fairly strong in December. At this time I only own one movie that came with the PS3.

  24. DS2 on January 17th, 2008 5:57 pm

    HD DVD is my format of choice. I have a Toshiba A20 and currently own 110 HD DVDs. That number is constantly increasing, however, and probably will continue to do so until there are no more to get. ;)

  25. Jeff Cooper on January 17th, 2008 6:18 pm

    Blu Ray
    Sony PS3
    15 movies

  26. jb on January 17th, 2008 6:27 pm

    I purchased a PS3 because of the Blu Ray player. I’ve been saying that Blu Ray will win out for about a year now.

    I have 15 movies.

  27. joe schneider on January 17th, 2008 6:34 pm

    Xbox 360 HD-DVD drive and Toshiba A2 with 20 HD-DVDs (8 purchased, 12 freebies)

    HD-DVD supporter. I stand with Microsoft and support the better consumer format.

  28. John Brigman on January 17th, 2008 6:39 pm

    BIG Blu-ray fan!! Still using my Samsung BD-P1000. Own 18 Blu-ray disc with many more to come because Warner Brothers decision to finally end the war.

  29. Victor D'Amato on January 17th, 2008 6:45 pm

    HD-DVD supporter due to the better value equation and due to having final spec players in their first generation!

    Player: Toshiba HD-A1 with no Blu-Ray plans in the near future

    HD DVD: 5
    Blu-ray: 0

  30. Anthony Whited on January 17th, 2008 6:52 pm

    I’m 100% behind HD DVD, which happens to be a final spec complete format. I have an HD-A30 and I own 72 discs with a few box sets, and still counting.

  31. Brian Hoyt on January 17th, 2008 7:04 pm

    Was HD-DVD now Purple, although not happy about the still in development Blu-Ray format

    Had 360 HD-DVD now using BD-UP5000 (was hoping to enjoy some 1.1 movies with firmware but still have issues)

    40 or so mix of both

    Oh and for all of you saying Blu-Ray has better sound and video, um they both use the same codecs and are pretty much identical on that fact. Put a Warner blu-ray on one player and HD-DVD on another and I defy you to tell me which is which.

  32. Stu on January 17th, 2008 7:28 pm

    I am an hd supporter. I only own free disks because I have a baby and my wife doesn’t work and I just purchased a house. So help out a guy with a screaming baby and an hormonal wife and give me some free stuff.

  33. ian bladuell on January 17th, 2008 7:28 pm

    I support both formats. I have a Pioneer Elite blu ray player and Toshiba xa2 hd dvd player. I have about 150 movies combined. I could use a couple of these demo discs.

  34. Oscar Bustos on January 17th, 2008 7:46 pm

    i am purple but i own
    Toshiba HD-A20
    16 HD DVDs (including freebies)

  35. videophilic on January 17th, 2008 8:49 pm



  36. Evan Border on January 17th, 2008 8:56 pm

    Format: Both, but with preference for HD DVD.

    Players: Toshiba HD-XA2, Toshiba HD-A2, Toshiba HD-A3, XBOX 360 Add-on (no XBOX, I just use it for my Sony VAIO laptop which only has built in Blu-ray), Samsung BD-P1400 Blu-ray player.

    HD DVD’s: 205
    BD’s: 126

  37. Mi on January 17th, 2008 9:15 pm

    Need I say; Blu-Ray. 49 discs via BDP-S300

  38. Rob on January 17th, 2008 9:34 pm

    to Format War Central: I am sorry that I posted without listing my player, and typed my email address wrong. I am reposting my post here and am sorry for the double post and correction. Thank you.

    Thanks for the great news daily, always enjoy reading your site. I was always excited about the blu-ray format, one of the advantages I saw was future-proof (ability to expand space to over 50gb, 100 and 200gb discs), and with the 50gb discs, to be able to have room for one or two uncompressed soundtracks, which has been the case with every Disney, MGM, Fox and Sony/Columbia title having one form of uncompressed sound. I just ordered my first DTS MA and Dolby True receiver, the RX-V1800, so I am very excited for that to arrive! Thatís why the demo discs would be so great! I now own 47 blu-ray movies and watch them often and am enjoying the format very much.

  39. Gabe on January 17th, 2008 10:05 pm

    I’ve taken the red pill and enjoy HD DVD on the add-on for the 360. I have 59 HD DVD’s with more on the way, I have no plans in “doing Blu”. You can blame the Blu format for keeping prices high and leading to the slow adaption for consumers to buy into Hi-def optical media.

  40. Ben on January 17th, 2008 10:45 pm

    Blu-blooded. PS3. 50 BD’s and climbing rapidly! I love High Def!

  41. Peter Schwotzer on January 18th, 2008 3:05 am

    I am format neutral. I own the Toshiba HD-XA2 and the Samsung BD-P1400. I own 10 HD-DVD’s and 24 Blu-Ray. I also own over 500 standard DVD’s and over 50 concert DVD’s with 1 Blu-Ray and 2 HD-DVD.

    If I like the movie I don’t care what format it is in. I still even buy standard DVD’s, the XA2 makes them look awesome.

  42. Kris Kersey on January 18th, 2008 3:46 am

    19 Disks

  43. Michael on January 18th, 2008 4:28 am

    I have no format yet =[

    But im buying a blu ray player, the Samsung LN-T5271F and a crapton of blu ray movies tuesday after work.


    Does that count?

  44. Michael T on January 18th, 2008 4:47 am

    I support both Blu-Ray and HD-DVD, although I prefer Blu-Ray.

    I own a Panasonic BD10A (for Blu-Ray), a Toshiba A2 and a Toshiba A3 (for HD-DVD – players are in different rooms), and I own 68 Blu-Ray Discs and 57 HD-DVD discs.

  45. Ryan on January 18th, 2008 4:53 am

    Format nuetral owner, who supports HD DVD exclusively. I have a Toshiba A20 and the only Blu Ray Player that makes sense right now, the Playstation 3. I rent countless HD/BD discs through Blockbuster, and own about 21 HD DVD discs including Planet Earth Boxset. My favorite HD format movie experience was definitely Blu Ray’s “Day After Tomorrow,” because of the amazing detail of the picture, and breathtaking sound quality. What an awesome movie. I still purchase standard DVDs, although in less capacity > I have a whole bunch of DVDs in my collection as well. I’m a frequent poster on this site as well as one other – Thanks for the contest opportunity.

  46. Brian on January 18th, 2008 5:13 am

    HD DVD supporter, with the 360 add on. 8 HD DVD’s so far, but will be increasing…

  47. Rocko Graziano on January 18th, 2008 5:20 am


    Toshiba HD-A30, 11 discs (if you count the 5 on the way)

    Sony BDP-S300, 7 discs

    I bought the BluRay player first, figured that format would win, and am suffering buyers-remorse over the impulsive HD-DVD purchase at Christmas-time (got an incredible deal)

  48. Blake on January 18th, 2008 5:34 am

    Format: HD DVD

    Player: Xbox 360 HD DVD Add-On

    Movies: 6 so far…

  49. Chris Aldridge on January 18th, 2008 6:08 am

    Great site!

    BD is my HDM of choice.
    PS3 as my player
    9 BDs so far (so I hope I win!)

  50. John on January 18th, 2008 6:59 am

    Found your site via Endgadget. I love it.

    X360 w/HDDVD

    4 HD discs
    2 BD discs

  51. Sergey Kuzmin on January 18th, 2008 7:02 am

    Support: HD DVD
    Player: Toshiba HD-XA2
    Disks: 27 so far

    Will be buying HD DVD while they are available
    and will be with DVDs upconverted until Sony drops prices and improves BR-players.

    MIGHT be then will consider BR or something else by that time.

  52. Andrew on January 18th, 2008 7:46 am

    Format = Blu-Ray
    Player = PS3
    Movies = 7

  53. Tom on January 18th, 2008 8:02 am

    Format Neutral but lean HD-DVD.


    100 HD-DVD discs
    50 Blu-ray discs

  54. dman on January 18th, 2008 8:24 am

    I’m an HD DVD supporter with an HD A30. I have about 14 movies, plus the 5 free ones that are hopefully in the mail by now!

  55. Scott on January 18th, 2008 8:26 am

    I believe that both formats have strong qualities and therefore decided that both are worthy. I purchased the LG BH200 after looking at the BH100 and determining that it lacked several key features. My collection of HD discs is not up to around 40 and is split fairly equally between Blu ray and HD DVD. I also have an Xbox 360 with the HD DVD attachment and the Playstation 3.

  56. Wes on January 18th, 2008 8:30 am

    Blu-Ray advocate with a PS3, but also have HD-A30. why not, great up conversion, plays movies not in Blu Ray yet, will not go “bad” when Blu Ray wins. People obsess over this like they lost a relative or something. Face it at $99 at Xmas for an A30, you spent that on your wife or girl friends birthday and anniversary dinner, and what do you have to show for it today, nothing, but with the player you can watch movies for years to come, so no really bad investment in any way you decided to go.

    Sit back crack a cold one and enjoy the movies you have.

  57. Juan on January 18th, 2008 8:30 am

    I currently own the HD DVD add-on for the Xbox360. I own 25 discs for the format. I am very pleased with the quality on my 32 Inch Sharp 1080p (GP1U) via HDMI (M-1000). Winning this will give me more reasons to buy a newer reciever compliant to the HD sound formats. Wish me luck!

  58. Merrick97 on January 18th, 2008 8:36 am

    Bluray supporter, but own an HD-DVD player that is now retired:
    Blurays: 85
    HD-DVDs: 13


  59. Jerry Aguinaldo on January 18th, 2008 8:36 am

    I Support HD DVD*

    Own the Xbox360 Add on Drive (awesome on a Panasonic 50″ plasma TV!)
    25 HD DVDs

    *Blu Ray releases of Star Wars and LOTR would trigger me to buy a Blu Ray Player of course.

    Thanks for the great info on your website

  60. SamNC on January 18th, 2008 8:47 am

    I am a newbie to HD scenes. I only have a Toshiba HD-D3 and the 2 movies that came with it. I hope that BD and HD can co-exist and in the same price range as SD DVDs so that we general public can benefit from the HD upgrade and the general public have a choice of them.

  61. Jim on January 18th, 2008 9:16 am

    Great website, frequent viewer. Have a PS3, so Blu-ray all the way here. Just building my library so only about 11 discs so far. The real question is — what will you guys do once the format war is over? Look forward to it.

  62. Unbiased on January 18th, 2008 9:21 am

    Format : Blu Ray.
    Reason : I saw the studio support behind blu-ray, and PS3 also plays games.

    Player : Playstation 3
    Reason : If my movie format dies, at least I have a game system instead of a (at the time) $600 paperweight.

    Movies : 15
    PS3 Games: 0 give me some good exclusive games!!!!
    Although Uncharted does look cool.

  63. Howard on January 18th, 2008 9:41 am

    Favorite format is HD DVD

    Player are PS3 and HD-A35

    Netflix is the bomb!

    Only movies owned are the free ones with purchase.

    Go HD-DVD! I think I can, I think I can, I think I can….

  64. Eddy on January 18th, 2008 10:03 am

    I foolishly bought an HD DVD player right before the Warner announcement. It’s a Toshiba HD-D3 and I own 7 HD movies. To be honest, I don’t see a vast quality difference but I do like the affordability of the HD machines and it works amazingly, especially for upconverting my SD DVD catalog. I may end up going Blu-Ray if that’s where the powers that be determine what us lumpenproletariat consumers should buy but I’m crossing my fingers for HD to make a comeback!! At least, I hope HD keeps fighting, so that Blu-Ray player prices come down.

  65. PETER SORRENTINO on January 18th, 2008 10:38 am

    I have the toshiba HD-A1 HD-DVD player when i bought it it coast me $55 dollars i love this fomate and i hope it can stay around and maybe they will just make players that play both fomates and make everone happy i have 24 HD-DVD i hope i win

  66. Jastrom on January 18th, 2008 10:44 am

    I own the Toshiba A1 so i’ve been an HD DVD supporter for awhile and been very happy with the format.

    I own 17 Titles.

  67. Brad on January 18th, 2008 11:18 am

    Format: Bluray
    Player: Do not have one yet, but this would be a great way for me to start my collection.
    # discs: None for now.


  68. Frank Chapranda on January 18th, 2008 12:31 pm

    Have the X360 HD DVD add-on with 28 titles.

    I’m not pro either format, HD DVD was just a better buy for me, got the player plus 8 free titles for $179, can’t beat that.

    I’ll support both formats once Blu goes cheaper. And no, a $400 PS3 that doesn’t even play PS2 games doesn’t count as cheaper.

  69. JarrodS on January 18th, 2008 12:40 pm

    I support both formats, even though when discs come out on both, I always buy the Blu-ray version. I have the Toshiba HD-A1, and Playstation 3 for Blu-ray. I have over 100 discs of each format. You can take a look at:

  70. Mr. Legend on January 18th, 2008 12:44 pm

    57 Blu-ray titles.

  71. Jeff on January 18th, 2008 12:49 pm

    have both
    ps3 w/ 4 movies
    also have hd dvd hda30 w/ 8 movies
    prefer hddvd but had to purchase spiderman trilogy and underworld evolution on blu-ray.

    P.S. Big fan of the site. I check it probably twice daily since I work in electronics sales for a living and your site is very helpful with the latest updates on the format war.

  72. Marc on January 18th, 2008 1:25 pm

    I am dual format, although my preference would be HD DVD since i fell they really had their cat together from the start. REcent developments make me unhappy, but I have my blu player so I can’t get too down!
    Hd-A1 and Panasonic 10a

    59 hd-dvds
    28 Blus

  73. Chuck on January 18th, 2008 2:01 pm

    I was leaning in favor of HD-DVD winning out, but I own both players and have pretty numbers of each. About 15 or so of each. I’d love to go to CES some day!

  74. Dale on January 18th, 2008 2:39 pm

    I own an HD DVD drive (add on to Xbox 360) simply because it seemed like the cheapest way to enjoy hi-def movies while the whole format war settled itself out. I’m fully prepared to lose my $200 investment when HD DVD disappears. I “own” exactly one HD DVD: the copy of King Kong that was included with the drive. Otherwise, it’s been HD DVD rentals via Netflix for me.

  75. Ben on January 18th, 2008 2:39 pm

    Samsung BD-1400

    13 movies

    Supporting Blu-ray since day one!!

    This is one of the sites I check daily for Format War Info! Keep up the good reporting!!

  76. kirbalo on January 18th, 2008 3:51 pm

    I’m “redish purple” by nature, and I never understood the “zealots” for either side. I do think that HD-DVD had the right idea with a full complete spec. to begin with, but Toshiba dropped the ball with a complete lack of marketing vision.

    Personally, I own a BD-P1200, and HD-A1, and an HD-A3. I have an equal number of Blu-Rays and HD-DVD’s, about 10 each.

    You have a great site, stay neutral, report unbiased, and I’ll keep coming back every day!

  77. EMontoya on January 18th, 2008 10:57 pm

    Blu-ray supporter since the launch of the PS3.

    PS3 60GB and 45 movies and counting!

  78. Shawn on January 19th, 2008 6:32 am

    Format: HD-DVD
    Player: HD-A2

    I currently only own 3 movies, but I have plans to pick up quite a few more over the coming weeks. Really looking forward to the I am Legend release on HD-DVD.

  79. Jeff Zaref on January 19th, 2008 6:51 am

    Blu-ray supporter using a 60g PS3 as player — the best one since it is upgradeable (currently profile 1.1 and planning on 2.0). Only a few discs now but many more coming.

    Love the updated news on your site, keep it coming.

  80. B. Gillespie on January 19th, 2008 11:11 am



    haven’t counted.

  81. jeff callisto on January 19th, 2008 12:33 pm

    I Bleed Blu. blu-ray is my choice all the way from the beginning!! Great site!

  82. Ed Buxton on January 19th, 2008 3:41 pm

    I attended CES this year but did not notice the giveaways. I own a xbox 360 add on HD DVD player and a Toshiba A2. I have 51 movies and the Heroes box set. Im not sure whether to buy Blu ray or just wait for Xstream to come out in Q4.

  83. Clint Phifer on January 19th, 2008 5:50 pm

    New to Blu but will always be true!!

  84. Robert on January 19th, 2008 6:01 pm

    Format: Neutral (but lean red)

    Players: Toshiba XA2, A35, A2 (2), Sony PS3, Samsung BD-P1000. LG Super Multi Blu computer drive.

    HD-DVD: 180
    Blu-ray: 105

    I have an addiction. Seriously.

    Great website guys, I’ll still visit even if I don’t win. =D

  85. Ben on January 20th, 2008 7:22 am


    PS3 (bought as blu-ray player)

    10 movies

  86. Koolio on January 20th, 2008 9:02 am

    Format: Blu-ray & HD-DVD

    Players: Toshiba HD-A1 & Sony PS3 (40GB)

    Titles: 19 (HD-DVD), 8 (BD)

    I was a long time supporter of HD-DVD since the beginning but am now format neutral due to the WB announcement.

  87. long on January 20th, 2008 9:26 am

    i have a ps3. Five blu ray, two hd dvd but i do not own a hd dvdplayer. I got them as a gift from a friend. I would love to play the demo in my ps3 thanks

  88. DavidB on January 20th, 2008 1:15 pm

    PS3 with a Mitsu 62″ 3LCD RPTV. And despite all the reports that “gamers don’t but movies”, I have at least 2 dozen Blu-ray movies.

    Could use some swag!

  89. Mike Siebielec on January 20th, 2008 1:39 pm

    I’ve been a believer in blu-ray since reading the specs. More disc space means higher bit rates and more high quality audio choices….whats not to like. Also the harder to scratch coaing is a big plus to me. It’s time for Paramount and Universal to throw in the towel….quickly. Really we never needed two formats…..EVER! Just corporations jerking us around.

    I’ve been using my PS3 as a player on my 46″ Sony Bravia XBR and I’m a happy camper.

    I have 41 blu-ray discs.

  90. Ace of Sevens on January 20th, 2008 2:51 pm

    I’m Blu all the way. I have a PS3 and 44 titles, which I think works out to 49 discs.

  91. Ryan on January 20th, 2008 3:36 pm

    Okay so I actually checked and I own 28 HD DVD discs, including Planet Earth – if you count the Harry Potter boxset as 5 different movies. Thanks again for the opportunity. I check this site a few times a day!

  92. webdev511 on January 20th, 2008 4:08 pm

    Format: Neutral (strongly prefer red)

    Players: Toshiba HD-A2, Sony PS3

    HD DVD:51 (titles, boxed sets counted as 1 title)
    Blu-Ray:5 (titles)

    In the queue: Band of Brothers Vol 1-5 on HD DVD via Japan. OMG it looks Soooo good.

  93. JC on January 20th, 2008 7:36 pm

    Hd-dvd : 20
    Blu-ray : 46

    Must win

  94. Moki on January 20th, 2008 8:48 pm

    Well, for me I support fully Blu Ray from the start. I have a Sony Blu Ray player and my first Blu Ray player, the PS3. I have around 30 Blu Ray movies.

  95. Narg on January 21st, 2008 8:08 pm

    I don’t own either hardware yet, but a couple dual format (DVD+HD DVD) discs. Support HD DVD all the way. Waiting for a decent priced dual format player before jumping in, as I’d hate to miss out on any movie. I hate Blu-Ray, it is just dumb and greedy. I think the price drop in both hardware and movies will bring HD DVD back from the dead. Blu-Ray is too fragile and I fear having to “re-buy” my movies after the discs fail due to light damage. (NO Sony doesn’t use the “special coating” as it’s too expensive.)

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