I'm debating on getting one of the new E.T. releases on DVD, but while surfing Amazon.com I came accross the "Boxed Set, 3 Discs" set. What are the differences between the new fancy shmancy one and the standard "Limited Collector's Edition?" Boxed 3 Disc Set: http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASI...175338-8663517 Limited Collector's Edition: http://www.amazon.ca/exec/obidos/ASI...175338-8663517 It's the review that's on both the E.T. releases that confuses me: "Universal pulled a fast one when they placed both the 1982 and 2002 versions of E.T. on this standard DVD release. The result is an excellent two-disc set that contains nearly all of the material on the higher-priced ultimate edition (minus the handsome packaging). On the disc one bonus menu, you must play through the two-minute introduction to see a short on the 2002 premiere of the film that was accompanied by John Williams conducting a live orchestra. There is an option to see the film with..." Are they saying both versions are the same expect for the more elaborate packaging on the boxed set?