I have to wonder if any of the low star (1 t0 3 star) reviewers who complain of this movie give me that impression. I suspect that the next movie will cause them to complain about the ending of the Potter stories too. If the folks at Warner Brothers had attemped to make "Deathly Hallows" as one film there would either have been so much left out, or it would have been a very,very long movie. Let these folks read the book and watch the film again and then write their reviews.
Could care less about the book has zip to do with the quality of the image produced on the DVD and thats what many of us are talking about here.
The quality of the DVD is garbage. In fact the better newer sets will show how low the quality of this DVD actually is because on a larger modern wide screen HD TV any and all artifacts that exist are then magnified, where is a smaller SD set may look a lot better because it is a lot more forgiving. This is why VHS tape looks good on SD but try that on your HD TV and it will look quite bad due to lower res and lower quality of the format it self plus on top of that the set will, depending on your settings try to upscale the image and thus make it look that much worse.