I can't remember off-hand, but the extras seem to be the same as the existing set too.
Count me as one that wants to know if the series was shot 16:9 and broadcast pan-and-scanned, or if this is a tilt-and-scan crop to 16:9 from a 4:3 OAR. If the latter, no sale for me. Unless my existing set has died... I haven't watched this in a while, and it doesn't help living in a super-humid country which literally corrodes discs, whether CDs or DVDs -- I recently pulled out my Phantom Menace Ultimate Edn soundtrack, and its unplayable
Let's see if comments on this thread betray what strikes me as a double-standard regarding pan-and-scan v. tilt-and-scan -- everyone rails about widescreen movies being cropped to fit 4:3 TV screens, yet for some reason many are more forgiving of cropping a 4:3 TV show to fit our nice new 16:9 TVs -- case in point the argument over Babylon 5. Even though JMS claimed it was always shot "protected" for 16:9, that is patently not the case for at least the first season.