One other small thing... As I'm sure you're aware, one of the great tragedies of the recent Universal fire is that their library of distribution prints was decimated. This is a serious problem because the studios are not motivated to go to the expense of striking film prints for the dwindling market for distribution on 35mm. If you go to the main screening room at the Frank Wells building on the Disney lot to see Bambi or Fantasia, they won't be screening 35. They'll be projecting the high resolution masters generated in the preparation of the home video releases. I went to a special VIP screening of El Grupo and Saludos Amigos at the Cinemateque at the Egyptian last year, and Both films were projected off of bluray disks. The transfer of Saludos Amigos was not a straight transfer off of the original elements. It was a recreation version that hasn't been released yet. Digital projection is swiftly replacing the film standard that has been in place for a century. Soon, there may not be any way at all to see these films in their unaltered state. Eventually, the current versions will be the original source for these films.