I am sure WB has big pow-wow's to decide what gets released and when, and now the discussion is a bit further complicated by choices regarding whether to offer Blu-rays commercially or through the Archives as MOD's. A daunting task, although, as both are in the control of the same company, they could move an Archive title to a commercial one or vice-versa at will. But I am hoping WB will now consider releasing titles we have been asking about for years. I immediately think of WATERSHIP DOWN. It seems to me I read in a HTF chat with Mr. Feltenstein that this title was under consideration, pending the sales outcome of the Bakshi LORD OF THE THE RINGS. I never saw the sales figures regarding the latter, but evidently they were not enough up to snuff to warrant a WATERSHIP DOWN release. But, now, with the Archives gearing up for Blu-ray, perhaps that title will finally surface. A beautiful movie. Perhaps even such fan faves as the 9-title Val Lewton series could move to Blu, assuming that, with the Archive Blus as with its DVD's, there will be no restoration or even major clean-up involved, but the increased res could (or might not) make for a much-improved release. THE BEAST WITH 5 FINGERS, please? THE SEA WOLF? Every member on this forum will have suggestions from their wish lists. None of the above would probably be viable commercially these days, but as MOD's, what could go wrong? I wish to thank this forward-looking company for being the first to introduce Blu MOD's, but we all could have predicted it. With Blu-ray sales way up this year (although I am not sure how classic titles fit into that proportionally), we might expect other studios to follow suit.