I was watching my boxed set of "Band Of Brothers" on my HDTV. It has one of the most AMAZING tranfers I have ever seen in my entire life. Each episode, each DVD is absolutely top quality. HOWEVER, I immediately thought to myself that if it looked that good on DVD, imagine how much more amazing it would look with an increased resolution (HD-DVD or whatever format comes next) and an increased bitrate. Going from 480 lines of resolution to 1080 lines of resolution is a huge step in the right direction. Many people think that you can't improve upon a title when it's already reference quality, but I'm absolutely certain that it can be done. After all, most of our favourite movies were shot on FILM, and film has several times the amount of resolution that DVD or even HD have to offer, therefore a straight transfer from film to a higher resolution will show a significant improvement in video quality and would look even better than the best reference quality DVDs. With that said, how much of your collection - how many titles would you purchase AGAIN on the next format? Being as how I usually only purchase films that mean a lot to me, films that I love with a passion, I would consider purchasing practically ALL of my collection again, with the exception of a few titles which were blind buys, and I didn't care for - but those are very few. I would say about 98% of my collection, would be upgraded. I would love to hear what others are thinking of doing, when the next format finally arrives.