This is pretty much where I stand as well. Another relevant factor here is our list of Defective or Disappointing UK Anime Discs. The simple fact is that some of these faults are exclusive to the BD version, making the DVD technically superior.I'm not going to suddenly say that the DVDs that I've been happily watching for 15 years now look like pants, as they were good enough before to watch.
For example, the out-of-sync audio on Manga's BD of Freedom. I'm glad I bought the DVD version, because I'd have ended up never watching the BDs packaged in the collectors' combi, despite the extra cost. The only other thing there was to gain from it was... *gulp* ART CARDS!