If you want to watch CSI Miami, season 10, I recommend you avoid the DVD version and upgrade to Blu-Ray now as the TV studios obviously want. The picture quality of TV on DVD is on a downward slide for many series. The TV studios are deliberately shipping DVD discs with inferior video to kill the format and to make Blu-Ray look better than it is. Here, the DVDs are so blurry I can't watch them. I CAN'T SEE WHAT IS HAPPENING! I own most, possibly all seasons of CSI Miami on DVD; the early seasons are fine, 10 is a visual mess.
SEA HUNT Season One on DVD ©1958 *underwater* has sharper picture quality than CSI MIAMI Season Ten DVDs. I'm not joking: if you don't believe me, check it for yourself! CBS wants us on Blu-Ray.
I have yet up upgrade my viewing to Blu-Ray; but there may also be another factor at play. Remember first generation STAR TREK, where the close-up shots of the sexy female guest star would be shot through a lens that made her look sexier by blur? David Caruso would look like a wrinkled grandfather if Blu-Ray did a high-resolution close-up on his face; and Emily Procter is also getting up there in years. I suspect a state-of-the-art optical lens during shooting supplies just the right blur for the Blu-Ray discs to obscure the age of the stars, knocking the actual viewing experience back down into the DVD realm; but the studio can't ship the exact same viewing experience on both DVD and Blu-Ray discs, so the studio adds an additional digital blur to the DVD discs.
Can you say, time for a Class Action Suit?