I was looking at the announcement for Mystic River today and noticed that W.B. was putting out a Standard, what sounded like a bare bones release and a 3-disc deluxe edition with all the extras. This practice seems to be happening more and more often and is starting to bother me for a couple of reasons. For one, if you want the extras, you get gouged on the price and may have to pay something like 10 extra dollars if you want it. Also, it is problematic because it seems like a lot of times B&M stores load up on standard editions and the deluxe editions become harder to find. And it seems like more studios are getting in on this. It used to be mostly Universal, but now W.B. and even New Line is doing it (Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Not counting the LOTR:EE, which I consider a different product). Is this starting to bug anyone else?