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The content might not be entirely legal..
yup.....DivX movies and combo DVDs are all cop-out options.....and will look especially bad if you have a large-ish HD screen. Even DivX Ultra certified players can't do much about it....it's like the difference between CD audio and MP3....
Of course, if you want only DivX then torrents are the only option. If cost is the issue why don't you consider signing up for seventymm.com or bigflix? I am signed up with seventymm and it's pretty good. All original DVDs with 5.1 sound (where available). Of course crappy transfers will be crappy transfers and there's nothing much that you can do, but it's a cost effective way to watch a lot of good movies (300 bucks a month for 30 movies)
I managed to get hold of a DivX version of Transformers. Total injustice to audio and video quality ... I don't want to use my precious HT for this kind of content. DivX is not for me ...
Thanks for all the inputs guys! Cheers!