I am sitting on several hours of home movies, captured with an HD camcorder. When I purchased the camcorder, I also purchased Sony Vegas studio to make home movies. The version of Sony Vegas I have supports burning both DVD and Blu-Ray, but I currently only have a DVD burner. I made my first DVD, and noticed a few issues. First, a DVD doesn't have the capacity of a Blu-Ray, so I am limited in how many clips I can squeeze on a DVD. Also, when I play the DVD on our Blu-Ray player and flat screen tv, I noticed we lost some resolution on the clips, and the movies don't play full screen. For instance, if I connect our camcorder directly to our flat screen, the resolution is superior to the DVD, and the clips play full screen. I posted to the Sony Vegas forums, and most suggested I simply swap my DVD burner for a Blu-ray burner. Prices of Blu-Ray burners now are very reasonable, so this is certainly an option. Looking for recommendations. Should I get a Blu-ray burner? I am not saavy on all the Cloud services out there now, and my flat screen does have wifi connectivity. Are there other solutions out there for storing, organizing and viewing our home movies without necessarily burning them to Blu-ray?