I'm not sure how many of you are familiar with the 1979 disaster film Meteor but it's a childhood guilty pleasure of mine. I have the Image laserdisc of the movie and it has a decent stereo soundtrack that plays just fine in Pro Logic mode (I belive the sound was originally encoded as Dolby Stereo). The DVD I picked up has a 2 channel mono Dolby Digital soundtrack. Any idea what happened? Meteor was even nominated for an Oscar for best sound in 1980 so it just seems odd that the DVD would have a mono soundtrack. Could this error have been fixed on more recent copies of the DVD or is it still in mono? I may end up just transferring my laserdisc over to DVD-R to preserve the stereo sound. The transfers on both the laserdisc and the DVD appear to have come from the same source but the DVD has more vibrant colors and is a tad sharper. I'm not sure what forum to ask this in so I will just tack it on to the end of this post. My Meteor laserdisc has adhesive residue on one side that apears to have come from a security tag that was on the disc sleeve. Is there an easy and/or safe way to remove adhesive residue from the surfaces of a laserdisc?