Back in the day of VHS, I collected quite a sizable amount of horror/exploitation films through mail order etc. (usually 2-on-1-tape) as well as the occasional high street sell thru title, and had a few hundred tapes filling my room before DVD came along.
With the advent of DVD, after a few purchases I decided to replace all my VHS collection with DVD (which I still regret as I got rid of some real rarities!), as it was clearly a better format, took up less space and it was quite a good leap going from VHS tape to disc, as tapes deteriorated quickly and you had to rewind them etc. etc.
Now that Blu-Ray is the next big thing, do all you who have collected DVD intend to replace your entire DVD collections? This time round I'm not so fussed and am in no hurry to upgrade to Blu-Ray, and even if I do I don't think I will replace much of what I already have as I am more than happy with the DVD releases. Are you quite excited about the prospects of Blu-Ray? Will a Blu-Ray disc of Cannibal Man or a cheesy Paul Naschy flick really be worth upgrading (enjoyable enough films, but still...)? To me the jump from VHS to DVD was obvious and a no brainer, and quite an exciting time for horror fans who were able to get their hands on nasties easily and in great condition. I'm not feeling anything about Blu-Ray, though its clearly picking up steam and some people here are rating it. Just curious to see to what extent you are going: Blu Ray for all non-DVD titles, re-buy some faves, or re-buy the entire DVD collection. Or not bothering with Blu-Ray (for now) at all?