OK, what gives here? The following movies: 2 Fast 2 Furious, The Matrix Reloaded, Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle, The Hulk, T3: Rise of the Machines, Pirates of the Caribbean and Bad Boys II are all being released on DVD in the next couple of months with no DTS track. While I realize that none of these movies are cinematic masterpieces, they are big-budget action flicks that deserve the best sound treatment possible for home theater. As far as I can tell, the only summer movie getting a DTS track is X2: X-Men United. Thank you, 20th Century Fox! So, my question is this: why aren't any of these other big action movies getting a DTS track? I know that Matrix Reloaded and T3 are Warner Bros releases and that they abandoned DTS a while back(don't get me started), but what about the rest? Are the studios like Columbia and Universal just planning on releasing these movies again next year as SuperBit or Ultimate Edition titles with a DTS track? I may not buy any of these DVDs and just wait for the eventual "upgraded" versions as I'm getting sick of this stupid practice of releasing a movie and then releasing it again with better audio/video quality just a few months later. By the way, please don't turn this into a DTS vs. Dolby Digital(which is better) thread as that's already been done to death in many other threads. Thanks.