When I first got my 16:9 Mitsubishi (which automatically locks in to stretch mode when it receives a progressive signal) I always had to pay special attention to the DVD's that I purchased to make sure that they had Anamorphic transfers. Plenty of widescreen DVD's were NOT anamorphic. We let the studios know that we WANTED, (perhaps DEMANDED), anamorphic transfers. Now, a couple of years later, it seems that the vast majority of new widescreen DVD releases are, in fact, anamorphic transfers! I know there are still older DVD releases that need to be re-released with an anamorphic transfer (Goodfellas, Pulp Fiction, Titanic) but it appears that many of the more popular titles previously released as non-anamorphic are now being re-released with anamorphic transfers (Terminator, The Princess Bride etc). Looking through the list of upcoming releases on DVD, it certainly appears that the vast majority will be anamorphic transfers. The last big DVD (widescreen) title that I remember coming out that was not anamorphic was The Abyss. So, is it fair to say that we have won the fight for anamorphic widescreen transfers on DVD? Or does the fight for anamorphic transfers coincide/overlap with the fight for OAR DVDs, which apparently has NOT been won?