[People keep saying Blu-Ray "won" just because of the Warner deal, but I don't necessarily believe that. I still don't plan on getting either of them until something I really want is exclusively available in one high-def format and not on regular DVD. Considering all the piracy that goes on, are most people really that obsessed with ultrahigh picture quality? In the future we'll probably end up downloading everything to hard drives, so the disc thing will be a moot point.
Blu-Ray was winning before the Warner announcement, that deal just tipped the scales even farther. I'm also still waiting for a clear winner, and for the disks to start coming down in price, I would pay more for hi-def but not twice as much. It does look way better than standard DVDs on a big screen. So it would be nice to have it for movies I really like.
Tried syncing up with the Google video stream of Plan 9, about every other sync line needed adjustment making it a bit of a pain, so I guess I'll get the legend DVD.