Fox went through a brief period where they thought, the more DNR, the better. We saw examples of this with The Longest Day, (initial) Patton, and The Ultimate Predator Edition. Fortunately, they changed course and now release high quality catalog titles and, of course, did the right thing and re-released Patton. Time will tell for this one.
I think that's a little unfair on Fox. Three titles spaced out two years apart was hardly evidence of habitual DNR usage, unlike the trash offered up by Paramount and Universal on a regular basis. And don't forget that the gorgeous-looking Sand Pebbles was released alongside Longest Day and Patton in 2008. IIRC it was the people doing the individual transfers who preferred a smoother look, rather than the studio itself.
Predator was the one true misstep, but even then I can understand why Fox did it. Track down some reviews of the 2008 Blu-ray and you'll find lots of complaints about grain, noise, softness etc, because no-one knew any better at the time. People expected HD movies to pop off the screen, and anything that looked gritty and grungy was marked down. So Fox gave the people what they wanted with the DNR'ed, colour & contrast boosted UHE, only by that time (2010) we'd gotten a little bit smarter and the revulsion that greeted the UHE was well deserved.
Anyhoo, Fox corrected Patton, and the original unmolested version of Predator is still in print, which just leaves The Longest Day as the biggest DNR disaster in their catalogue. I'm hoping that the anniversary of the landings next year will give them the impetus to re-release it, because the current Blu-ray is a travesty.