I hope you realise there are several regular posters in this forum who disagree very strongly, particularly regarding Blu-ray.
I understand that completely. The trend for pressed DVDs seems to be blu-ray re-releases of proven standard-bearers. But what about licensing these more obscure titles to TCM? Or to streaming? Even the most die-hard purists wouldn't argue with that. And the whole point about MOD DVDs is that they're made on demand. Apart from general start-up costs, the studio largely incurs the cost only when an order comes in, right?
I don't know anyone who's suggesting Uni issue obscure catalog titles on blu-ray in hopes they'll find a market (though, amazingly, Olive Films seems to be doing just that in concert with its studio partners -- Hello, "Fire Maidens of Outer Space"?!). I'm just suggesting they attempt to think out-of-the-box a little. Partner with Feltenstein's operation at WB Home Vid maybe? Or license to Olive or some other indie willing to give it a shot? Or license titles to Amazon for streaming? It seems to me doing virtually nothing isn't a very sensible option.
Now, like some here have noted, Uni may have very substantial reasons for this inactivity. Maybe many titles assumed to be in their library are not. Maybe the fire was a culprit. The average fan like me wouldn't know. That's because Uni Home Ent. doesn't communicate about this stuff. No Facebook or Twitter presence as far as I've been able to find.
They seem to have given up on this. One Vault title every month or so...?