I really don't follow the blu-ray vs. hd war too often. Just for kicks I typed in "HD vs. Blu-Ray" in google and got 3 sites saying Blu-ray has taken the lead in half the time. I was wondering if anyone can chime in with better numbers, I know Amazon's numbers are a bit different, but found a few sites saying different. Also only put this in the Sony forums because a PS3 actually has a Blu-ray so it directly affects it, whereas HD is an optional add-on to 360 so not entirely directly tied. First is from Fox - http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/070108/20070108005980.html?.v=1 "We are looking forward to this pivotal year and the ultimate establishment of Blu-ray as the high-definition packaged media standard. In fact, Blu-ray sales performance surpassed HD-DVD for the first time the week of December 24 and did so by an impressive 20 per cent. What's more, by the end of the first quarter our research shows the sales gap widening to Blu-ray outselling HD DVD by a 3.5-to-1 ratio," noted Mike Dunn, President Worldwide, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment Digg's been talking about it too. At www.dvdempire.com they have Blu-ray taking a lead too - Format: HD-DVD Week:41.67% Month:44.03% Year:59.29% Blu-Ray Week:58.33% Month:55.97% Year:40.71% HD has the yearly advantage according to them, but that's including that HD has been out a decent amount longer, whereas they have BR taking it weekly and monthly now. Anyway if anyone has more info please add . It's too early to call a winner of course, but one of these two will most likely end up being the standard later on like VHS and DVD before it.