This is not often mentioned, but it's worth considering. I realize that they can't release everything as quickly as we'd all like, but dragging it out doesn't always help sales. I would've bought Peter Pan if my kid were a little younger.
And not to forget, the reason the Platinum Combo idea was swept with too wide a brush, and the idea diluted, was when Disney was using its titles to push the entire Blu-ray acceptance in general, and realized, if a select group of people without Blu players were Buying Now, Playing Later with Sleeping Beauty and Pinocchio, then, by logic, they obviously didn't have players to watch the '09 new-releases of Wall-E, Bolt, or High School Musical 3, either. Yes, those titles would stay out of the Vault and be available years down the road when those folks caught up, but the war was just over, and "Consumer Blu-ray acceptance" needed the New-release sales percentage numbers now
to stay in the game. Not every early Blu adopter was buying Blu-onlies of Sky High and Chicken Little. Presumably, the folks who had
figured out the Sleeping Beauty thing now thought, "So, everything's getting a combo now? Guess those folks were right about the laptops!", and every other studio followed suit. The rest, tragically and expensively, is history.