I hope that Blu-Ray loses because of the DRM. The managed copy offered by HD-DVD doesn’t sound too bad in comparison. I think people have it wrong when they predict that the PS3 will make Blu-Ray the winner. Reportedly, one of the major causes of XBox360 shortages is low yields from IBM on the PowerPC. I think IBM will have a similar yield problem with 3.2GHz Cell processors at 90nm. Unfortunately, IBM is supposedly having some issues with their 65nm process, so that won’t help the cell yields for awhile. I read about the problems with Blu-Ray’s aperture size, but I’m curious to know how much of an effect that will have in the real world. As far as storage size goes, is Blu-Ray only going to launch with 25GB discs? I’ve heard about 50GB discs, but I don’t know if they’re supposed to come later. HD-DVD has 15GB single layer discs, 30GB dual layer discs, and 45GB triple layer discs, correct? Even though there are many companies supporting Blu-Ray, I think Microsoft and Intel both backing HD-DVD pretty much seals Blu-Ray’s fate. I guess we’ll have to wait 'til Blu-Ray fails for Fox to release movies like Fight Club and Warner Brothers to release the old movies in it’s collection, since both companies are being stubborn.