As I said in the aspect ratio thread, you're seeing a revision on most films in high-def. Let's not even go about the soundmixes. The simple idea of Blu-ray is a revision of cinema already (for films made before HD existed). All films are their framing content thinkered when newly transfered. It's a fact of the industry. No one sane is going to release a badly framed looking movie just because "it's not a revision". Audiences might have enjoyed the original 1.66 release without noticing anything about the framing, but today's audiences are more savvy. The job of anyone in charge of a transfer is to make the best presentation possible. If they judged that some Tilt & Scan would improve the feature presentation, they were probably right to go for it. Unlike the reverse, no one will notice anything wrong with the framing, if they have done their job right. Except for Jeffrey Well maybe.