I recently bought the boxed sets 2 and 3 and I've noticed that the wider format films such as OHMSS, YOLT, DIAF, etc. appear to consistanly be less grainy than the narrower format films such as Dr. NO, FRWL, Goldfinger, LALD, and TMWTGG. Age wouldn't appear to be the issue since some of the wide films are older than some of the narrower films. So is this graininess, which is especially visible during dark scenes and shots that show a blue sky, digital artifacts caused by compression or film grain accounted for because of a difference in the film process? Obviously the narrower screen fills more of the picture and would require more data than the wider formats, so I'm guessing that these are digital compression artifacts. If so it is really annoying that they would compromise video quality to accomodate bonus features. I like bonus features but would prefer a first rate bare bones disc if their not willing to make a two discer.