What was my first state-of-the-art home video purchase of the new year? My first HD-DVD? My first Blu-Ray? No, I bought the Criterion Collection LaserDisc (factory sealed, it still blows my mind) of Spike Lee's SHE'S GOTTA HAVE IT: Director's Cut for $45 shipped off of eBay since the DVD that is finally forthcoming in a couple of weeks is only the theatrical edit and has no extras of note. I'm wondering what I was thinking because I have plans to finally invest in my first Hi-Def TV set with my tax return in February (55" Sony), and LDs sure as hell ain't anamorphically encoded, but I just couldn't settle for less in terms of the movie. Anyone else find themselves still buying the occasional LaserDisc these days (for real money, mind you, not just a throwaway buck or two in some resellers bargain bins), so long after the death knell of the format was sounded?