In a word, awesome. I've loved this movie from the time of its release in 1984 to today. Watching the blu-ray is like re-enacting that very first theatrical experience. Although not the "director's edition," I found this transfer to be on-par with so many other Sony releases that are handled with care and respect for the material. I've not read any other reviews, but I personally found this blu-ray edition to be a stellar example of the way catalog blu-rays should be handled. There are a lot of "magic hour" shots in this film and they come through wonderfully. There's a light amount of grain, but the detail is very pleasing. A DTS-MA soundtrack that makes Randy Newman's iconic score sound better than ever. There may be a bit of DNR, but it was never distracting to me. The amount of grain through the whole disc indicates to me that it's used lightly. There were only a couple of occasions early on where facial detail seemed a little flat. Hard to tell if it's source or not. Baseball's a favorite sport of mine and no movie could serve as a better love letter for it. As a funny aside, I remember thinking in '84 how Robert Redford looked far too old to be playing the title role and now I am the same age as he was then. Funny how perspective changes.