What is with these new rental discs that drop every special feature that is included in the commercial release? I mean, even the commentary track! This means the studios have to go out of their way and create a separate edition, the sole purpose of which is to deprive renters of enjoying bonus features! Oh, some would argue, it's to encourage renters to buy instead, Nay, when I decide to buy a movie, I buy it, I do not rent it. Many movies are borderline viewing for me -- I sort of want to see it, but don't want to spend the bucks to own a copy. But, conversely, if it turns out I like a movie I've rented enough, I will buy it after. But NEVER will I go out and buy a film after I've viewed a rental copy simply to be abler to access bonus features. NEVER. WHEN I RENT A MOVIE, I WANT TO HAVE ACCESS TO ALL THE FEATURES THAT ARE ON THE FEATURE FILM DISC OF A COMMERCIAL RELEASE. You studios are truly pissing off a lot of people out here right now. I guess that theory I saw in another thread regarding this being a deliberate strategy to encourage the end of disc production in favor of streaming and digital copies is more likely than I had at first believed. Thanks for making the heretofore delightful process of watching movies at home all the more cumbersome and annoying by the year, almost as much as going to theaters to see them!