I'm not really getting the WHV criticism here. Because they're not cranking 20 deep catalog blu-rays a month like Olive? All of the major film companies (and Criterion) should hang their heads in shame in that case. However, I'd say Olive represents quanitity over quality while the Warner Blu-rays are more quality over quantity. Some prefer the latter more than the former and vice versa, though in this case Olive's releases at least show some effort involved at least in the act of remastering the Republic titles, so they get a few brownie points from me. I'd say MGM is the biggest loser on the deep catalog blu-ray front in 2013. Releases have literally slowed to a crawl, with a few 3rd party licensees picking up the slack. Otherwise a very barren release calendar. The Warner Archive is just ironing out the kinks in its new blu-ray. I also think the new Warner Instant streaming service is also taking up a lot of WAC's energy. Remember, the MOD line is their main priority with the blu-rays more of a side venture.