This thread is to continue the discussion started here. Here's a little recap. I had the pleasure of receiving my 2-disk E.T. set Friday night. It was quickly discovered that the original version of the film was included IN FULL on disk 2. I have confirmed that the guns are present, and the terrorist line is intact. I have put up a site with screenshots and picture of the set (crappy pictures from a webcam). http://www.geocities.com/nfshomeboy/ Because of the insane amount of hits that site gets, it goes down on a regular basis. Tony-B was kind enough to post the pictures on his site, but that's also getting hammered. He has now posted the pics on a public photo album site. http://www.grovestreet.com/jsp/picvi..._taken&ord=asc Also, the owner of needotherstuff.com was nice enough to host the pictures on her site. http://needotherstuff.com/ Here's a list of the bonus features included on each disk. Disk 1: Intro by Spielberg The 20th Anniversary Premiere John Williams Live at the Shrine Auditorium Premiere Space Exploration Disk 2: The Making of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial Designs, Photographs and Marketing The Reunion Trailers Cast and Filmmakers Production Notes DVD-ROM featuring Total Axess Special Announcements It turns out that the 'isolated score' isn't isolated at all. Basically it's the film using the live score as played during the 2002 premiere. All the movie dialog and sound effects are still present. The reunion special is only 18 minutes and is therefore not what was shown on TV earlier in the year. The 2002 version of the film contains English DD 5.1 and DTS tracks, as well as a French DD 5.1 (this is probably only on the Canadian release). The 1982 version contains English DD 5.1 and DTS tracks as well as Spanish and French DD 2.0 tracks. There is nothing on the box that lists both versions come in the set. There is also no marking on the actual case to distinguish the widescreen and full screen version (a small sticker on the shrink wrap gives this information). Video quality is great for both versions of the film. They're both a little soft, but so was the print I saw during the 2002 re-release. The audio for both versions is terrific. Unfortunately there's no English DD 2.0 track for the 1982 version. Also, the 2002 remix is used for the 1982 version. Ummm ... I think that pretty much covers everything. Please feel free to ask any questions!