My question is basicly this: Will all movies be able to take advantage of HD resolutions? I have heard that 35MM film can capture resolutions higher than any HD resolution and with alot of movies being shot digitally they could take advantage of the higher HD resolutions. So obviously an HD format is needed. But what about older flims? Many were remastered to DVD and look somewhat better than VHS versions, but obviously not as good as movies such as the latest Star Wars movies. Will remastering these movies to HD-DVD or Blue Ray result in better image/sound quality? I seriously doubt it. If HD-DVD and Blue Ray are not backwards compatible and the market expects us to throw out our DVD's and rebuy all our movies on HD-DVD (as we did with VHS but then it made sense) it will be unacceptable. I suppose nothing is stopping you from keeping your DVD's and DVD player for movies you dont need to buy on HD-DVD but to pahse out DVD's completley and re-relase all these movies on an HD format is something we do NOT need.