The DVD version is going for under $20 on both Amazon and BB.com. I don't necessarily want to pay a premium for Disney product either-who would, really?-but I understand this is the price of admission. I never said they didn't want to do them. I said the extras were no longer bringing in the same unit sales and Disney is doing the same thing as other studios in combining their BD and DVD sets. The industry has painted themselves into that corner because they are so intent on getting everyone into the download only world they are trying to throw everything into one package. Make the people who are only on DVD think they're getting something more with a combo pack. Help the people who have a BD at home and DVD in the car for the kids. Have the Digital Copy for the folks who travel and aren't at home a lot. I'm not arguing these are valid value adds. I'd rather have docs and trailers and that kind of thing. But to hold this completely over Disney is false.