I also would like to see a SE of A Matter of Life and Death. As to Criterion laserdiscs still not released: I second the idea that Welles’ The Magnificent Ambersons should be released on DVD, with the supplemental material on the missing footage and Robert Carringer’s commentary. Also, Criterion’s version of Welles’ Othello is superior to the current DVD. The original sound was better than the newer version which has the music re-recorded (which is LESS effective than the original version and is no more than a gimmick). The disc had a great commentary track (Bogdonavich and Myron Meisel) and some interesting extra features. Maybe they could include the complete Filming Othello documentary rather than the excerpt. Also, since I mentioned Welles-Chimes At Midnight needs to be done. Bogdonavich could add another great commentary track for it. The Criterion El Cid laserdisc should be done on DVD as well (by SOMEBODY!). Criterion had trailers, and some brief features on Mann, Bronston, Rozsa, and an interview with Heston. WTF is EL Cid?! Hmmm. Napoleon. I’d second that. I still watch my Universal laserdisc version on occasion. I remember reading in the (out of print) Kevin Brownlow book on the film that the American version was “sped up” a tad to keep it under 4 hours. I expect it would be a little tough to offer the 2 soundtracks what with the sped up running times, and the additional footage. One thing that would be cool in a new presentation would be the triptych finale. I still remember the excitement of having the 2 extra screens kick in when I saw the film with an orchestra (Carmine Coppola conducting) in 1982. On the current laserdisc version, the screen gets really small as they reduce the triptych to a letterbox finale. On a 16:9 display, the effect would be closer to the theatrical experience as your square frame would widen out to widescreen for the finale.