You know, I have really fallen for digital downloads. Today I bought 3 great films for a total of $15. I watched Woody Allens' Play It Again Sam, available in HD for the first time anywhere. It had been years since I had seen this film and had forgotten how funny it was. This is also the first time I noticed it was directed by Herbert Ross, who has done other exceptional comedies. The transfer looked pretty good for the most part -- nothing special -- but a cut above the DVD release. This certainly ranks among Allen's funniest films. I highly recommend it. I then sampled the two other films I also bought on sale... Bridge on the River Kwai in 4k digital looks great. This is another excellent Sony transfer that just shines on the format. However, nothing but nothing prepared me for what I sampled next... My mouth just dropped to the floor when I sampled the 4k digital copy of Lawrence of Arabia. I have never seen anything look as beautiful as this transfer and that is no hyperbole. This is the definitive demo of what 4k is all about. It just looks so incredibly gorgeous. I couldn't stop looking at it. I am really amazed Sony still hasn't put this out on disc in 4k. However, I felt as if I was watching a 4k disc or something even beyond it. It's just striking to the eyes. Each of these films is on sale today for $4.99 each. You would be crazy not to have any of them in your HD/4k collection.