Okay, I have a 16:9 set and the thing that peeves me most is a lack of 16:9 in the extras on DVDs that are otherwise anamorphic anyway: Good: Star Wars Episode I, Seven SE, Spaced (UK sit com): All extras on these discs are anamorphic 16:9 - documentaries, outtakes, deleted scenes, everything! This means I do not have to reach for my TV remote and constantly switch through the modes. B A D: X-Men: you can branch in the deleted scenes. Anamorphic movie but non-anamorphic deleted scenes makes this a mess! Godfather disc 5: I can understand if the contemporary docus weren't filmed 16:9 but the deleted scenes should have been matted and made anamorphic. Otherwise this is just going to feed the fire of P&S "We're losing picture" peeps. When Harry Met Sally, Stand By Me: Both of these have full-frame contemporary featurettes. Why? Film it in 16:9 - the format of the future. Not only that, WHMS has open matte clips from the movie in it too! The Matrix: Like X-Men, the Follow the White Rabbit feature is a joke on 16:9 because the behind the scenes stuff hasn't been matted to 16:9 anamorphic, meaning you need to flick back and forth on the TV if you watch this version. Anyone else feel this has to stop?