If there's an Anthony Mann commentary, then I'll support it way down the road during a sale. I bid 10 bucks. And yes, absolutely, Blu rays need to be supported; but they've got to support us in return. This review reflects a now very small and near single-digit percentage of BD's with low grades; so my first monies will be prioritized and earmarked for those discs that achieved something far better. "Becky Sharp" (KL), "Beat the Devil" (TT), "The Sea Hawk" (WAC), "In the Heat of the Night" (Criterion); and, based upon these scores, even Olive's so-so Signature of "Operation Petticoat" would now suffice. Yes these would be - off the top of my head - the first Blu rays to gain my next-in-line support. Support, IMHO, must always be a two-way street. NOTE (some hours later): Kino Lorber continues to have my unwavering support, as there are dozens of BD's still to be bought. As a matter of fact, I happen to watch "The Ox-Bow Incident", last night. So, in the end, we're really only talking about one goofy transfer. So carry on, collectors; for all we're asking here is for our waiter (KL) to send this entree back to the kitchen (Universal).