Just purchased it for Blue-Ray. I played it back on my LG-BH-100 @ 480p.... And it was an enjoyable difference...in relation to the SD DVD. I firmly beleive that in order to enjoy Wide Screen movies I have to watch my movies with no borders on the top and bottom...thus having to zoom the image at 480p... some HD or SD content does not allow 720p zoom and requires you to watch the movie with top and bottom borders etc, regardless the clarity, image~dynamics and depth thorugh-out the movie captivated me...when comparing it to the Standard DVD version, I found I had to strain my eyes in order to capture the detail and realism of every scene...smugged by mosquito issues and some mpeg de-interlacing artifacts possibly due to poor mpeg compression processing...during motion scenes...the Blue-Ray version stayed very stable and had consistent and solid image fluidity throughout the entire movie, which is where I found myself not straining to capture every detail. Although the colour content was not extra ordinary, it blended in well with the added detail and depth of the HD images. Although I don't beleive this is the best HD movie available, it was nice to watch the movie and absorb the richness of detail from the Directors-View, consistently...but some scenes did appear diluted, but only on certain camera shots. The uncompressed PCM audio was also audibly clearer, without raspy ringing during special effects scenes, you felt the soundstage was wider and deeper, with acoustic anomolys such as background sounds reflecting audibly clearer.