This post is not an HD DVD slam. This is FORMAT NEUTRAL. This problem can affect either format at any time. It's a STUDIO problem: Do not turn this thread into an HD DVD/BD debate or I will get MODs to take action. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...&&#post7753789 http://www.hometheaterforum.com/htf/...5&postcount=20 This is really bad news. Folks, don't ignore this. The Fugitive and Full Metal Jacket are apparently mastered from 1080i60 HD conversions rather than from native 1080p24 feeds. This is serious. and this is not a problem with HD DVD... it's a problem that can happen on either HD DVD or Blu-ray at any time... it's a STUDIO problem. And it extends beyond problems with aliasing and deinterlacing issues upon playback (as well as confusing a HD DVD/BD player's ability to output a true 1080P stream). It means that most likely these 1080i60 conversions already had vertical-domain pre-filtering which is routine with all interlaced masters. Let your voices be heard. And Warner... there is no excuse. If consumers can procure deinterlacers that can do proper 3-2 pulldown from 1080i60 film-based signals, so can you!