Since it's a little under a year away until WB will be releasing the Charlie Chaplin SE's, here's some things that will get more people to buy or re-buy (those who have the Image versions or the laserdiscs) the new special editions: City Lights: Include original mono and Carl Davis re-recording. The Davis score would be fantastic if it was presented in DTS 5.1 or the original PCM 2.0 surround. Also keep picture matted on the sides to present the correct 1.25:1 Movietone aspect ratio. Without this matting, the picture will appear off-center! Modern Times: Include original mono and new Timothy Brock re-recording. The new Brock score would be well presented in DTS 5.1 or PCM 2.0, which would take advantage of the digital recording. Also include an option to see the two versions: One with the complete Cuff song routine and one with the shortened version missing the final punchline. The Gold Rush: Include both the 1925 version restored by Kevin Brownlow and including the new Carl Davis score, and the 1942 re-release version. The Circus: Have both the silent and sound versions. The silent version should be shown at around 22 fps and also the sound version, complete with Chaplin song intro. Both, along with the making-of featurette can fit onto one disc. First National films (The Kid, A Dog's Life, The Pilgrim, Shoulder Arms, The Idle Class, Pay Day, and A Day's Pleasure): Include both the original silent versions and Chaplin scored re-release versions. Limelight: Include the deleted scene which was cut by Chaplin after release. The Image DVD includes this. A King in New York: Include the original British version, which is 5 minutes longer. A Woman of Paris: Original silent version and re-release version via seamless branching. One thing that was sorely missed from the original Image DVD's was trailers. I know trailers might not exist, but if there are any trailers, they need to be added! These DVD's should be the final editions on disc. I'll purchase ALL of the Chaplin SE's if they include all of this.