So with my tax refund, I decided I should buy a blu-ray player.
What would be the best one out there? Would getting the PS3 be smart, even if I don't plan on using it too often as a gaming console? Or would getting a stand-alone player be a better idea? If the standalone is a better idea.... which company would you recommend?
As someone who was in a similar boat (not the biggest gamer, but, wanted a Blu-Ray player), I bought the PS3, and, have used it a lot more for things other than the Blu-Ray player. Actually, because I'm not big into buying movies any more (after I've realized that in very few instances do I ever watch a movie I own more than twice), I've only watched one Blu-Ray DVD on my machine. The rental availability at most stores absolutely suck.
I've used it for gaming more than I thought I would. But, I've also used it as a media server, with the internet connection it has. I can connect to my media files on my computer remotely, as well as using it as a browser.
You need to get into the road to the show option as soon as you get into the game.
I hit 85HR's drove in 200+ RBI's, stole 150+ bases, hit for a .595 average, 23 triples, 75 doubles all in double A and I they didn't move me up to the Bigs, all I got was a promotion to Syracuse the next season where I've been lights out too, but the Jays insist on keeping Eckstein as their starting stop.