I've read recently about 2 formats, both supported by all the major studios, that absolutwly blow DVD out of the water, in terms of potential picture resolution and audio bitrate. The first was High Def VHS (currently only playable on special 4-figure TVs), and the second was a new digital disc format that has (I think) 6-8 times higher storage capacity than DVD! The latter of which, is already in the home recordable machine, development stage! I don't know about you guys, but this makes me very nervous. I know it's gonna happen sooner or later. BUt I was hoping for later. I mean, DVD's still an infant. It hasn't had a chance to experience the troubled teen years, or the swinging early 20s! Compared with other members, my collection is modest (under 100 discs), but I choose carefully, and I'm constantly selling or trading old discs I no longer want, so I really have a distilled selection. So the thought that there will new editions of those flicks in the near future, viewable at 4-5 times the resolution of DVD, irritates me no end. Do any of you guys have similar worries?