Alfred Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train is a classic, and it's nice to finally have it on Blu-ray. The image harvest is decidedly okay. Nothing extraordinary, but nothing problematic. Main titles are a bit soft, and are window-boxed, without reason. Blacks seems reasonable, with decent, but not wonderful shadow detail. Grain seems natural and consistent. The preview version is in standard definition, and does not appear to be flagged for wide screen. Nothing new in special features, the most recent being M. Night chatting about fate or some such thing. Great film. Very nice, but not wonderful Blu-ray. Image - 3.5 (preview version -1) Audio - 3 RAH Updated: Have taken another look at this, and upgraded to a 3.5 (which would have been a 4, had it not been window-boxed). There should be no concerns about purchasing this one.