Now we all now of the big fuss about the PS4 Pro not including an internal UHD blu ray drive and there have been very conflicting opinions for and against. I happen to collect full-HD blu rays(1080P) and I love the medium. Films from the 60s-today happen to look greatly improved over their DVD counterparts. The original Planet of the Apes looks amazing on blu-ray. Batman 1989 looks amazing on blu ray. Alien looks insane on blu-ray. Yes there are a few films that do not look great(Aliens which was shot on a new negative at the time that was flawed and replaced the next year) and Predator which was DNR'd to oblivion, but when restored correctly, we see great image quality. However with the current slew of limited UHD blu rays, it seems only very recent titles are being released on the medium. Many of which were filmed at 4K but 'finished' on a 2k(1080P) digital intermediate, only to be upscaled back to 4k for the UHD edition. We are not seeing older films(pre-2012 or so) being restored to 2160P/UHD. Are the results simply not worth the effort and financial expense over a 1080P transfer? Will we only see current big budget films transferred onto UHD? Is UHD a niche within 1080P blu ray, or a replacement for blu ray? Whre do you think it will go?