Ds writes, "It was only 3 years ago when we were all witnesses to the format war that was Toshiba's HD DVD versus Sony's Blu-Ray Disc. And as you enter any brick and mortar retailer these days, its quite easy to spot the outcome as Blu has taken over DVD sections across the country. Sony (and Toshiba) made us all believe that we should want to own physical media, and that Microsoft's all-digital future was much further off than we all thought. This week Sony's version of the Netflix streaming service is the best one yet, not just on consoles, but on any device that offers the service. With a stack of movies on Blu-Ray (250 or so) 8 times the size of my PS3 games collection, and tons of movies and shows popping up on either PSN or "Super"Netflix as I like to call it, why do I feel like it's all been a waste?"