But the difference is, you would buy it on Blu if you could, your not choosing the DVD cause you think it is better.I agree but I still watch quite a few DVD's on mine - all of which arent on Blu-ray or 4K disc. DVD's can look quite good upscaled but obviously don't compare to HD or 4K.
I think there seems to be a misunderstanding here, I wouldn't spend £1 on a kayak but I wouldn't think someone who did was an idiot (although camping that is like a total madness ). Movies to me is a hobby not an art. I like to watch in the best quality. Like I said I am sure to those that only have a fleeting interest in film DVDs on a regular 55" HDTV probably look fine. I think your the only one that seems to have thrown the term "idiot" around. I have looked back and can't see anyone else having used this.They have other hobbies, they race kayaks in comps, weekly, they have spent over $100000 on this hobby and own more than 10 kayaks between them... They also like camping, and gold prospecting, and have also spent over $100000 on this hobby. Would it be fair to call you an idiot if you were to do either of these hobbies, and only spent a few hundred or few thousands dollars on low end quality stuff to participate in these activities?