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Old 04-29-2008   #19
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Default Re: Netflix vs. Blockbuster.com for Blu-ray titles

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Originally Posted by kennyt View Post
I have had an occasional problem with this too, both with SD DVD and the newer formats as well. I am always amazed at how badly some of the discs are scratched up, it is almost like the were used as moving discs on asphalt before being sent back in!

I doubt this is specific to type of disc, just shows how careless some renters are. I would suspect Blu-ray to be more susceptible to this, but haven't seen this yet, over the years I have had several SD DVD's that were unplayable, or most least favorite, played until the final chapters then died out. I have to date only had one high res disc fail, and have rented many but as these players become more common, this might be more of an issue, only time will tell.
It's not carelessness it's maliciousness!
I'm sure most of the damage is intentional, it's why you should never buy a used rental car or a used rental movie!!
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