Yeah for Blu-ray! http://ps3.ign.com/articles/611/611379p1.html http://gear.ign.com/articles/611/611380p1.html Blu-ray was announced winner for the new disk format(meaning DVDs will being going away for mass storage and eventually as how movies are distributed) It is really a combination of two formats, but when it comes down to it the consumer won. 50gigs on a single disk that takes a lot to scratch(a scratch will have to be deeper than before to mess up a disk). So two or three HD movies can be put on a single disk without problems. The capacity will eventually go up(once they get the dual layer thing figured out) to 100gigs and maybe 150gigs(although then scratching becomes an issue again) so entire movie series or TV shows could be put on a disk. Blu-Ray also rids the world of all the +/- stuff that is going on with DVDs. So no need to worry about compatibility. Since Apple joined the Blu-ray side a long time ago and the recent fine grained coding of Tiger I am seeing Dual Dual Core PowerMacs with Blu-Ray burners. . .*Drools* Now, if you will excuse me I need to go buy new pants.