Since the HDDVD standard is dead and no longer being manufactured what is taking so long for the previously HDDVD studios to release their new movies on Blu-Ray? For the second week in a row I have been denied the option to purchase a Blu-Ray disc. Last week, I went to several stores looking for a non-existent Blu-Ray version of Sweeney Todd (I thought it was a Warner title, but it is actually released by Paramont). This week, I have been denied the option to purchase There Will Be Blood on Blu-Ray. Since I was unable to buy these movies on Blu, I am simply renting these movies. Are any other Blu owners getting frustrated with the former HDDVD exclusive studios not getting their act together? I dont see any excuse for not having a single release from these studios. HDDVD transfers were most likely already in production at the time of HDDVDs death, and seeing as how many neutral studios simply used the same transfer for both discs anyway, what is the freakin holdup?! Blu-Ray discs (such as Transformers) should already have been manufactured at the time of Paramount's defection to HD. Why not simply make Transformers available now since they already produced the disc?! Why not simply transfer HDDVD product over to Blu-Ray discs??! Perhaps the biggest salt in the eye is that I have been noticing that many releases are available on Blu-Ray overseas. I have seen German copies of Beowolf and There Will Be Blood, and a Blu release of Sweeney Todd in Japan. I live near Hollywood, why cant I buy "Hollywood" movies on the new format??! The way I see it, these studios are loosing my money. I have a Blu-Ray player, there is no longer any competitor to the format, and I want the studio's product. They are loosing my (and other Blu owners) business. Have there even been any announcements of release dates and specific movie titles from Paramount/Universal? Anybody else getting very annoyed like I am?