Herb, As I went searching for the cover art to post within this review, I thought to myself, "What a great idea of releasing a hybrid dual-format disc." If other studios would simply follow what Warner Brothers has done here, I think that they would sell a hell of a lot more of these discs to those of us who aren't planning to jump on the HD bandwagon this year. Let's face it -- there are still too many of us who don't plan to invest in the HD formats anytime soon. Nobody wants to get burned on these klunky, overpriced first-generation players. Next year the prices on these players will drop drastically to the point where you can easily buy hardware for BOTH formats. We also know from experience that these second generation players will be more streamlined and far less buggy than these initial offerings.... ...But that doesn't mean we can't buy HD movies right now. Why can't all studios follow this beautifully implemented plan that Warner has put forth? Sell us BOTH a standard DVD and Hi-Def DVD so that we can enjoy one now and not have to double-dip in a year or two. Tell you what.... Though I won't be jumping into the HD formats anytime soon, I certainly will purchase discs from Warner Brothers and any studio that continues to offer these hybrid dual releases.