I just finished watching this and was a bit dissapointed with the video quality. It just seemed flat, didn't have that 3-D look that a lot of newer films seem to have(including the other Infinifilm releases). I watched the LOTR trailers and found those to look better than RH2. Don't exactly know how to explain the look and I'm not saying it is terrible but it just didn't seem to look as good as a lot of other new movies do. Perhaps it was the way it was shot or the film that was used, I didn't see it at the theater so I don't know if this is how it looked during its successful box office run or not. I read the review sites scattered across the net and some mention seeing some compression artifacts, others see grain, and then there are a few that notice edge enhancement. Nobody seems to be in complete agreement, a lot of different opinions regarding the video transfer. Another thought, could it be that it is an Infinifilm release with loads of extras and multi sound formats including dts? I really wonder if it isn't the addition of the dts track that cut down on the video performance because I have the other Infinifilm releases which don't offer dts and they look great to me. I even threw RH2 in my bedroom dvd player to see how it looked and it still looked subpar. Perhaps New Line should consider 2 disc sets from now on since they are including dts tracks. Maybe the dts track was the straw that broke the camels back in terms of just how much content can fit on a disc before the video is compromised. To me, 2 discs would be the optimum, because it sure seems to me that RH2 is quite the loaded disc and I'm sure something had to suffer in terms of bitrate. Just something I thought I would bring up.