Dandy Guy, in Space
While having a proper functioning disc is important, for me one of the biggest reasons I buy physical releases is for the picture quality. I can accept a bit of banding when streaming shows, but when I pop in a Blu-ray I want a nice clean image.I can see it, but to me it's just...not that bad. As I said, I just don't care enough about that stuff. It's just...not the kind of thing I'd get up in arms about, personally...I'd rather the disk be functioning properly as in not skipping or crashing.
These image look pretty bad IMO to a level where I find it hard to believe anyone could not notice it outright (especially in the dark scenes). The sad part is that you're better of watching the Crunchyroll stream than this BD.