I'm relatively new to blu-ray. New in the sense that I'm now finally enjoying the format - but not so much in the fact that I've had a PS3 for a few months now. I've been rather reluctant to jump into Blu-ray because I don't want to rebuild my movie collection - which I have no doubt I would do (I'm a sucker for picture upgrades). However, I can't deny the detail and beauty of Blu-ray. The films I watch on the format look so much like true film. Couple this with the fact that my tastes in film have grown so much in the past couple years that I've bought many more movies than I ought to have - and I've realized that the time has come to either dump my entire home video collection (about 200 VHS and 300 DVDs) and start from scratch (which would be almost impossible) or come up with an alternative. For me that alternative has to be renting movies only (from Netflix). Buying was easy when I was younger since I was naive and imagined that DVD would be IT as far as the future of home video. My buying only progressed as the years went on. I'm at the point now where I want to not only experience more and more movies, but I want to see them in the best way imaginable. Does anyone else do this?