Hi There seems to be an awful lot of zealotry here about the OAR of a movie and yet in many of these threads I see the same people who crusade against any film not being released in the OAR that they think it should be in getting excited about the possibility of Dts transfers, DD tranfers as well as extended cuts with seamless branching and so on. What bothers me is that many of these films that people want in Dts and DD were not released with these soundtracks and many of the additional material was not in the original release either. So why the disparity? Do people think it's ok to re-mix the sound and thus change it from the original release as well as add additional scenes and so on? Will the people who pursue studios fanatically about OAR be upset when the new Director's Cut of Blade Runner arrives which will not be as originally released? Will people call Fox to complain about the forthcoming version of Alien in Dts? What about if Back to the Future is in Dolby Digital - will this be a heathen crime and if not - why? Does an almighty cry go up when a film is remastered in Dolby Digital or Dts? Doesn't seem to be. What are the standards that people set here? What are the rules thay you have when it comes to DVD - what is and is not acceptable to you? It's an interesting question as there seems such a wide disparity. I am all for OAR but many are taking the argument to extreme it seems to me and I would be genuinely intrigued to know what are the guidelines that people have in their own minds - some see very strict here and it would be most enlightening to discover the answers to these and other matters. Should studios simply transfer a movie as it was with no restoration either in picture or sound and with no additional material added? What are your views?