http://www.highdefdigest.com/news/sh...Format_War/148 this seems to confirm what I've been saying for a while now. This stuff actually costs money to produce- special features just don't fall out of the sky- so anyone thinking that studios will go out of their way to load up high capacity discs with added value content, is just not thinking pragmatically. in a some what similar vein- look at what Amir said on AVS over the weekend (the subject was first broached in this post here- http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showt...&&#post8054866) Studios may be looking to use an internet connection as the key for future supplemental content, such as deleted scenes, docs, bloopers etc, or possibly even alternate cuts of the film itself. This seems to be a much more desirable way to go (from the studios POV) as it allows them a way to engage the consumer directly, mine data as to their purchasing habits, and target them directly in future promotions. It would also allow studios to adopt a more streamlined, bare bones, 'superbit' approach to content, which may keep costs down and allow the titles to be released much more quickly. This was all conjecture on Amirs part, but to me it just makes common horse sense- something that the arguments (or wish fulfillment fantasies of) Bd has failed to do on numerous ocassions.