This falls into the category of minor annoyances. One of the features on DVDs that I used to use much more than I realized was the "filmography" (and the associated biographical information) that is, or should I say was found on most DVDs. Many is the time when this aging mind is curious about other films by a particular actor or actress. ("Didn't I see him in ...???)" True, I can always go to the Internet Movie Database for answers, but having this information at your fingertips when a movie is queued up is very convenient (especially when I can then start "movie-hopping" thanks to my collection). I wonder why this information has become scarcer as of late. A case in point is the excellent Moulin Rogue DVD release. Yes, there are an amazing number of extras, which I thoroughly enjoyed, but what about the filmographies? The only reason that I can think of for no longer including filmographies is because it dates the disc a bit. When the filmography for someone like Elijah Wood stops with "1998 - Deep Impact" you know that this DVD didn't come out yesterday. Other than that downside, I don't understand why this information has recently become the exception rather than the rule. It surely can't be a lack of bandwidth on the disc(s). In fact, one nice feature that used to pop up from time to time was the inclusion of related trailers for other films involving some of the main participants. If anything, this would sell, rather than date, more DVDs. And another nice feature was the inclusion of future works by the actor in the filmography (Elijah Woods, for example, would list all three Lord of the Rings movies in the olden days.) Information is power. Anyone else feel this way? Comments?