It is the 8th round of the heavy weight HD battle, and the heavy favorite Blu-Ray is on the ropes and in trouble. On the other side, DLC is quickly and convincingly wearing out Blu-Ray. Yes, Blu-Ray has won a huge battle against HD-DVD in the past, but it is starting to almost look embarrassing on how DLC is toying with the competition. It was just last week on TQcast Episode 71, that the hosts talked about how easy it was to damage a Blu-Ray, and how many people are receiving damaged Blu-Rays from internet renting services. Today as one of the host from TQcast received their weekly movie from Netflix, the prove and odds were revelead. Many Netflix subscribers have complained that they have received up to 4 out of 5 damaged Blu-Ray discs and after repeated phone calls to Netflix all they can really do is offer a discount and or send a replacement. What is the future of Blu-Ray? As TQcast mentioned on their last show, Blu-Ray is on the ropes. Why put up with cracked discs that won’t let you play your favorite high definition movie or maybe even your favorite PS3 game, when you can just go online and download it with no issues. This is something that has been proved already by mp3’s; more people have downloaded music rather than buying the physical media. Downloadable content is easier to access and free of headaches. As more and more media goes online, it’s making itself clear that our movies, video games, music and books will be physically untouchable soon enough.