With the questionable quality of the current MPEG2 encoded disc's only hurting the acceptance of the Blu-ray format. Will Sony or any of the movie studios do anything to identify the new VC-1 encoded discs? Or will they hope that the confusion of what discs are VC-1 will serve to help get rid of the current supply of MPEG2 encoded discs? Sony should have never used the MPEG2 encoded titles to begin with. Not with Toshiba looking to capture the same market that Sony is currently after. Sony might have gotten away with it if there had been no competition. If the new VC-1 encoded discs where labeled or had some kind of identification mark. I am sure that sales on Blu-ray titles would increase and any confusion would be eliminated. I for one am not buying any Blu-ray titles because I do not want any MPEG2 titles. If there are a few people here that have the same opinion that are posted. Then how many more consumers are doing the same thing for the same reason that are not posting there opinions on this or other web sites. If anyone has any information regarding this topic please feel free to post it. Sony also needs to realize that the use of MPEG2 encoded disc's will only serve to hurt Blu-ray's chances of success. At this point I am buying both formats so if Sony fails to get a clue. I have no problem of supporting HD-DVD and dropping support of Blu-ray.