By that I mean, I assume they're weaning consumers from dvd to BD by selling the combos, even going so far as to have say, "The Avengers" 2-disc in both BD or in dvd "packaging". Basically the exact same thing in either a blue or red sleeve!
I don't have a BD player yet but I've bought two combos anyway. Am I correct to assume that the advantage to the 2/3/4-disc combos is that many BD owners can also use the dvd in their old player relegated to another room, or a disc drive, or for their mom' house? ;)
I'm not concerned with digital copies now so I should probably just stick with the BD/dvd combos from now on out, right?
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