Another poll time!. The last two have been quite successful and some interesting, if not all original, points have been made in relation to NTSC and PAL formats and buying habits. One of the main problems people have with Pal is apparently the 4% speed up and the problems this causes to the audio, I know some people dislike it for other reasons ranging from 50mhz flicker to BBFC cuts or lack of special features etc but it seems even on DVD's that are identical in most respects it is the Pal speed up that makes people go to NTSC. Pitch correction has now being used for certain DVD's like LOTR but with problems. So what I was wondering is this; assuming everything is equal i.e., both have the same cuts, same packaging, same price, same features and the best possible encoding (a perfect NTSC conversion and a perfect PAL conversion taking advantages of both systems, i.e. PAL Resolution) and now the Pal versions have the pitch perfectly corrected with no side effects would you then buy PAL more or would you still stick to NTSC and why, for which ever you answer?