I suppose you could say the DVD release was soo well mastered that who needs a Blu-ray version? My anwser would be er....YES. I do think that some scenes aren't what I expected but on the whole it's magnificent. The DTS Master soundtrack is clean, crisp & engaging as you'd expect it to be, the visuals (on the whole) have depth, an almost tangable look running in 1080p/24p & 100Hz, the colours are vivid (maybe due to the filters used) & detail is clear to see.
I work in the AV industry, so I have some nice kit at my desposal & I have given this a lot of attention from entry level, mid-range & High end systems.
I bought it just for the DTS Master soundtrack if truth be told, but at this price it's a absolute bargin.
Sell or give away your standard DVD copy & buy this, most will not be dissapointed