I went to Borders in Concord, New Hampshire on Tuesday to pick up the new releases (I keep shopping there with my free gift cards redeemed through my Discover cash-back bonus rewards). I found "Glengarry Glen Ross" and "Reign Of Fire" without a problem in the NEW RELEASE section. Then I picked up "Spirit - Stallion Of the Cimmarron" - I flipped it over and saw that it was the full-frame edition. So I scanned through the whole row of about 10 discs and found that they were ALL full-frame! In disgust, I checked in the FAMILY FILMS section and found two more rows of the same film. Don't you know, the entire batch was full-frame!! No widescreen copies anywhere! So I grabbed a kid working at the information counter and asked him if they had any widescreen versions of the film. He checked the computer and told me there should be 2 copies available - TWO!!!! He went in the back room and quickly emerged with the 2 copies in widescreen - they hadn't even been put on the shelf. Anyway, I got the version I wanted. But I just wanted to share this story so everyone can see why sales of full-screen titles are often inflated by retailer practices. If Borders only orders 2 copied in widescreen, what the hell is Wal-Mart and K-Mart ordering?