I just read an article in this weekend's (November 30, Dec 1) Daily Variety regarding classic Hollywood films needing better care. Several examples were cited, including someone actually stepping on the print of Rosemary's Baby in the vault because the can had opened and the film had spooled onto the floor. The article mentions Ridley Scott finding that the digital restoration of Blade Runner was "already fading". How in the heck is this possible? I can understand film itself fading - but how does a digital copy on DVD fade? I had thought the Lowry restorations of the Bond films and Star Wars and the rest were all transfers from film to digital files one frame at a time, with a cleanup being performed on the large file, not the negative. Can anyone explain this?