Stricly from an image quality standpoint, these are some of the standouts from my experience so far: * I don't have as much experience with catalog titles as I have an extensive DVD library and most of the catalog titles I care to see I already own and can only justify rebuying or renting my favorite titles. * BEST (Catalog Titles)- Blade Runner 5 Disc Complete Collector's Edition; My Bloody Valentine; The Battle of the Bulge; Halloween (I know there are some complaints about the color timing- but authentic or not I think it looks fantastic); & Hellraiser. (I just can't believe how good these releases look, probably far better than when they were initially seen in the theater.) WORST (Catalog Titles)- A Christmas Story; The Dirty Dozen; The Fifth Element (original, non-remastered release); & Young Guns. BEST (New & Recent Releases)- ANYTHING Disney/Pixar (like 'em or not, these studios just pour the utmost care into their releases); The Dark Knight; No Country for Old Men; Transformers; & Crank (this movie really shows off the advantages of Blu-Rays deeper color!); WORST (New & Recent Releases)- 28 Days Later (in its defense- this film was shot in SD so will NEVER look better); Harry Potter and the Sorceror's Stone; Saw. It should be noted that my inclusion of a title on the list above does NOT mean that it is the best/worst overall image quality. Everything is on a sliding scaled based on the popularity of the release, the year it was released, the style it was filmed in, etc. No, the inclusion of a title on the list above is more a reflection of how impressed/disappointed I was with the PQ of a particular disc. As far as experience with Blu-Ray disc, I currently own 123 Blu-Rays and have viewed probably 150-200 more in the form of rentals. As such, I feel like I have a pretty good grasp on what makes a good title look great and a bad title look... well... bad.