I have just heard that Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, which has already removed the widescreen transfer from 40 or so titles that previously included both, intends to continue this abominable practice. The latest list of casualties is as follows: Adventures Of Milo And Otis Air Force One The Best Bite The Bullet The Body The Buddy Holly Story Chances Are The Cheap Detective Deep End Of The Ocean Desert Heat Futuresport Gattaca Geronimo: An American Legend Guess Who's Coming To Dinner Hard Times I Dreamed Of Africa Jackie Chan's Who Am I? The Juror Knock Off MacKenna's Gold Madeline Mercy No Way Back Nowhere To Run The Odessa File The Order Roxanne Rudyard Kipling's The Second Jungle Book Screamers Silent Rage Starman Stepmom Suspect Sweet and Lowdown The Thirteenth Floor Two Moon Junction There appears to be little rhyme or reason to which titles get the shaft, but this is just disgusting. A small number of other titles will have the pan and scan versions removed, but why do such a thing when having BOTH versions on the same disc pleases everyone??? Will Sony now stop making widescreen TVs, since apparently they aren't needed anymore? And how will they feel about illegal copies people make of these movies when they are no longer able to buy them anymore? ADDED- I forgot that Air Force One and Gattaca have separate SuperBit releases still available, so no need to panic on those. Don't know about the rest of these titles though.