Advertisements The picture quality I get between my Samsung BD-P2550 and my Xbox 360 is EXACTLY the same. I am NOT able to tell the difference in PQ or SQ on either box. The reason I went ahead and got the Blu-Ray Samsung with Netflix capability EVEN though I have a Xbox 360 AND a TiVo that will do it in the future is: 1. If I want to watch it in another room, while one of my other family watchings a different netflix movie in another room. They can grab the Xbox and Go. Leaving me with the TiVo/Blu-ray to watch. 2. If one box dies... I am still able to watch Netflix while the box that died is getting repaired/replaced. In regards to watching Movies/TV Shows that you get on Blu-ray... I will say this... YOU CAN'T GET ANY BETTER PQ or SQ from anything other than a Blu-ray. (On a consumer level). Blu-ray provides up to 50mpbs bitrate at 1920x180p. HD-TV at best is 10-15mpbs. Blu-ray sound quality can provide Dolby Digital and DTS LOSSLESS audio in 5.1/6.1/7.1 capability. Currently NO OTHER device is capable of producing DD or DTS Lossless audio. (On a consumer level) TGC P.S. Blu-ray also provides capabilities that no other device can do as well. BD-Live capable blu-ray players can use the internet to enhance your movie watching experiance with extras. Blu-ray movies also have complete interactive movie as well. Check out "HOUSE 2". There are 300+ versions of that movie on Blu-ray depending on how you INTERACT with it! More interactive movies are on the way as well. Also keep in mind SOURCE material. Example: Casablanca. Filmed even before stereo and HD were wet dreams. The remastered Casablanca will look MUCH better on Blu-ray than regular DVD. BUT STILL WON'T look as good as Say Wall-E which was PRODUCED with all the expectations of releasing it on Blu-ray.