Sounds like you may need to change your screen name to StreamingPhreak.
Absolutely, I second that! Or at least "BlurayPhreak". The DVD format is almost 2 decades old and is no longer optimal for showing video on modern TV systems, which need progressive, high-resolution, and efficiently compressed video that DVDs inherently can't offer.
As some of you may have heard, Walmart is able to convert your DVDs into streaming HD video with a fee. They just put out a "do it at home" version of the service, so you don't need to go to Walmart to do it. You put your DVD in your computer's DVD drive, pay $5, and you automatically get an HD cloud streaming version of the movie, which you can either stream online or download to be watched offline. If you convert 10 movies at once, you get 50% discount. This is an important service, because a lot of their HD movies are not available on Blu-ray at all. I've already converted "Paper Moon", "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", "Duck Soup", and "A Night at the Opera", films that you currently have no way to watch in HD otherwise because no Blu-rays have been made for them yet.