Just picked up my copies ($8.19 a piece with my employee discount, woohoo!) and figured I'd drop in my two cents. After watching various scenes, "Excellent Adventure" has a fairly mediocre transfer (though it's better than the old standby P&S VHS tape by a long shot). Audio is clear but limited to the front soundstage. All in all, doesn't really exemplify the benefits of DVD (aside from the mediocre but still better than the old VHS picture), but if you're a fan (whether you admit it in public or not) it's not at all a bad buy for the $10 you can snag it for. As for Bogus Journey, the image and sound improves quite a bit (though once again, audio-wise things seem fairly focused on the front sound stage). One thing that's weird, though you can access both the "theatrical trailer" and "teaser", the trailer is the exact same as the teaser only with much better vidseo quality....very odd. Basically, both of these discs are worth picking up, despite a lot of the criticism going around. You can't beat a couple of fun movies (not to mention good old nostalgia for us children of the 80s) wrapped up in a fairly nice A/V package for $10 a pop. Oh, I almost forgot.............. SAN DIMAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RULES!!!!! I can't believe I made it through this post without slighting Ron for the criticisms he leveled against "Excellent Adventure" as a film after heaping praises on a certain Reese Witherspoon chick flick which shall...oops, too late.