Originally Posted by F-35
As a former Best Buy employee, I will have to completely disagree and warn EVERYONE to NEVER ask for advice from a best buy employee. It's all based on oppinion. best buy emps receive no training. They learn more from customers then they do from co-workers and seasonal sales-pitch manuals.
If both discs were the same version (ex: discovery or BBC version), both in HD, and both players were top of the line, then I guarantee you Saw absolutely no difference.
F-22 why do you come back after getting banned lol? Anyway, I worked there for a year and I took 12 hours of training (taking quizzes over everything multimedia). Furthermore, I'm not even including the HUGE tests we were given, and required to do, in order to get the home entertainment department certification (over 600 questions). You really have no idea what you're talking about and based on what you said, you never worked at Best Buy.
This is the reason you got banned lol... You make up senseless stuff and then start an argument. I'm done with this thread now.
EDIT: Furthermore, Best Buy's entire employee tool kit is made to train its employees. You are given 60 tests when you start working at best buy, and then around 5 tests per week after that.