I didn't realize that we could parse the PQ to this extent on the SD materials ported over in much of these cases all the way from the laserdisc. I'll be honest - I don't normally look for anamorphic pillow-boxing. To my eye, if the content is full frame in the center of the screen, I refer to that as full frame. If it's a letterboxed image that is presented in the middle of the screen and not anamorphically encoded to fill the screen, I normally refer to that as non-anamorphic letterbox. We can parse it farther, but it doesn't go very far. The materials in this case are fine materials, but they are preserved from the 1995 laserdisc and while I continue to enjoy them, I'm not watching them for their PQ so much as for their content. The "From the Set" piece is a news story done for a British television show in 1974, and once again, it is not presented in a manner that would fill the screen, nor should it. The one place where I did note a PQ matter was the windowboxing of the fan documentary. In that case, it appeared that the material could have been presented anamorphically but was instead put in a smaller box. As for the sound mix, I should note that I've listened to that last scene in all the audio formats on the Blu-ray. The mono mix on the Blu-ray has that last word in "Smile you son of a bitch" dialed down, as does every other mix on the disc. So it's not the original mono mix. On the other hand, the mix presented in 7.1 is quite good, for the reasons I described. One could make an argument that the original Oscar-winning mix should have been included on the disc, but for whatever reason, Mr. Spielberg chose differently. I took back half a star to note the difference in the dialogue level and to note the lack of original mono, but I'm quite happy with what is on the disc.