I'm thinking over jumping ship to HD-DVD and Blu-Ray by the end of the year, and there's two studios, Warner Bros. and Universal, who make combo discs for new releases (and some catalog titles at Universal). I've decided I'll buy the Blu-Ray Warner titles for the combos, but since Universal isn't likely to do both formats, I wanted to ask about their method of combo discs (which I know are unpopular) for someone who watches the majority of his DVD's on a 19-inch RCA beast. I really want to buy CHILDREN OF MEN, ALPHA DOG, and SMOKIN' ACES when they come out, and I know all of these are being released as combos. Do you think if I plan to jump ship that buying these combos would be ideal to "future-proofing" when I do go HD? This also applies to already-released movies such as SLITHER (which I own in SD) In addition, some catalog titles I would like to get (SLITHER, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON, ARMY OF DARKNESS) are combos. Is this a good idea for those, or will they reissue them as HD only?