Probably like the rest of you, I vowed when I upgraded from DVDto Blu-ray that I would not repurchase all the titles I already owned in my library. My goal was to only purchase new releases. Of course, the studios (for the most part) have done a pretty good job of making those classic titles (including those from the 70s and 80s) look even better than their DVD counterparts. So, certainly, it was hard to keep the original promise I made to myself. ...but now...$5 Blu-rays?It seems everyday there are Blu-ray titles that were $14-$19 months to a year ago now selling for $4.99 - $8.00 apiece. I am picking up stuff that I already own -- really don't need to upgrade -- but yet am tempted to purchase for their price. I recently purchased Wargames and Hang 'Em High for $5 each. I had perfectly decent copies on DVD of those titles and didn't need to repurchase. Today I see the classic Cape Fear and comedy Fletch for under $7 apiece. I feel as if I am having the Home Shopping Network piped into my browser with deals so incredible that I can't refuse buying crap I don't need. ...and really, crap is the wrong word to use for really good films. Thing is, most of this stuff is just going to sit on my shelf in shrinkwrap while I concentrate on the stuff I really want to watch. Just sort of wild to see Blu-ray prices come down to the level of what we used to refer as DVD Bargain bins. I know this probably isn't a good thing for the industry. However, it greatly benefits we, the collectors -and- certainly helps persuade more consumers to upgrade to Blu-ray and get some great deals in the process.