I'm a big fan of this film, but I already own the anamorphic widescreen bare bones DVD that was released in 2000. The special features on the 2002 disc (a couple of docus, Siskel and Ebert review, deleted scenes) don't sound too terribly "special," although I'd be interested in checking them out. The real question is, does the 2002 special edition represent a substantive improvement in picture/sound? --Jefferson Morris P.S. Also, does the recent SE acquiesce to Lynch's (silly) request not to include chapter stops?