Originally Posted by Penton-Man
In the context you've provided,
In other contexts, yes I would say that some studios, most vividly, SPE definitely cares what the desires are of early adopters in regards to Blu-ray.
This is best exemplified by what paidgeek has implemented by input from the internet….
-A sparkling-new, reference-level transfer of The Fifth Element PLUS a free exchange program for owners of the previous version.
-Vastly improved PQ across the board on SPE discs. Almost every release is now reference-level. Take a look at smaller titles like Identity, Revenge, Donnie Brasco, Hellboy, Seven Years in Tibet or Arlington Road for evidence. You won't believe how great they are.
-A move to seemless branching for multiple cuts of the same movie (Spider-man 2, Close Encounters, more to follow).
-A move to higher bit-depth audio on SPE Blu-rays.
-No Dialog Normalization on Sony's DTHD tracks.
-Fewer & less sticky stickers on the cases.
-DVD upscaling & forced 24p mode for the PS3.
copyright to hollywoodguy for the above.