Seriously, it would be nice to just get the two movies without all this useless DVD/3D/digital copy garbage. I just want the movies on BluRay. That's all (mind you, with special features, but those are on the single BluRay discs already). I'm sick of paying extra for various media that I don't need.
...and for those that say, "just buy the BluRay/DVD sets individually" that's great, but then it's still $51 for the two movies. I don't think it's asking too much to pay between $25-$35 to just get two BluRay discs. Heck, I'm pretty sure I got the 4 disc Fantasia set for $20 on week of release. Again, I had no use for the extra DVDs, but still I got both movies on Blu for a REASONABLE price.
I am also in agreement. One disc with Tron: Legacy, one with the original and maybe a third BD with special features. Why do we need this 3D/DVD/digital copy crap? Digital copies are completely useless anyway. They should start selling them separately. That way, anyone who wants it can buy it and it isn't forced on all of us.
i would be just greatful if that blue ray actually worked...got my copy yesterday and it works in my ps3 but not my blu ray player. my other new blu-rays work fine..i have noticed others are having same issue were it just doesnt load passed the walt disney screen...so ended up watching my movie on my ps3 last night...
This pack makes perfect sense, I don't see what all the fuss is about. If there are too many discs in this package for you to handle, then perhaps the 1 or 2 disc version would be more suitable. This package is for collectors or those who would like to be able to watch Tron Legacy on DVD and own a copy on BluRay as well. The only "useless" disc in my opinion is the digital copy, since DVD and BluRay are digital formats and can be 1:1 copied or compressed for portable devices. However, not everyone knows how to backup their digital collection, not everyone owns a BluRay, not everyone owns a 3D TV. It is not the consumer's fault that we are living in a transitional stage similar to that of the Color vs. Black and White era of television, or Beta vs. VHS. I for one am happy that Disney included every possible way to watch this movie with current technology so that no one is left out, and those who are using older technology such as DVD or 2D television sets can later fully enjoy the movie in High Definition 3D.