Does anyone else have those strange things that keep you from just walking in and grabbing the first DVD on the shelf. Mine are: Making sure the cover is on straight and in flawless condition. Making sure there isn't security tag damage to the cover. Checking and double checking to make sure I have the widescreen version. Scan for extras. Try to get a feel for it's aesthetics and how it will look on my DVD rack. I also like to look at the pictures to not only briefly relive the film over in my mind--but also try to judge if it has a good transfer. Like that works! I do all of this to decide if it's worth the price or not. Presentation is very important to me. Almost as important as the movie itself. Which is why even though I really like Open Range, I can't stand to look at the cover. Shopping for DVDs is half the fun! Oh yeah, I never ever take the first one no matter what the condition. Unless it's the last one. I think I'm nuts.