My point is, if they hadn't included the BluRay and sold you the DVD for $25, you would have been fine with it. Why not look at the BluRay as a free throw-in, and hold onto it for when you get a BluRay player, which you eventually will. I remember when everyone said "VHS tapes look fine, why would I buy a DVD player and replace all my VHS movies?" and yet now you can't even buy a VHS tape, except used.
By this Christmas, $149 BluRay players will be everywhere and $99 players will start to appear, and next year it'll be $99 and $49. In 3-5 years you won't be able to buy a DVD player that doesn't also play BluRays (just like you can't find a single CD player any more, just DVD players that also play CDs, except in audiophile shops). Store shelves will increasingly fill up with BluRay discs and empty of DVDs, just like in the transition between VHS and DVD, except that in this case the new format's players will also play the old format's media. At some point, you'll be glad you have the BluRay and you'll say "this DVD looks like shit, let's just give it to your cousin so your neice can watch it."