Well, the demonizing of various studios is cyclical. For a while, we despised pre-Sony Columbia for dropping anamorphic editions in favor of pan-and-scan; we hated Disney because they were weren't releasing anything to Blu-ray except animation and current crap; Universal drove some of us to tears with their refusal to provide catalog material, and more recently because they applied DNR like Tammy Bakker applied make-up, etc. Lately we're highly critical of Warner Bros. double-triple-quadrupal-dipping while witholding many worthwhile titles from a first Blu-ray release. I am guardedly happy about this Paramount deal. If between Olive and Criterion and Warner Bros we can eventually see (in alphabetical order) The ADDAMS FAMILY films, ATLANTIC CITY, BAD NEWS BEARS, CATCH-22, THE COURT JESTER, THE DEAD ZONE, DON'T LOOK NOW, DRAGONSLAYER, THE ELEPHANT MAN, FRIENDS OF EDDIE COYLE, FUNNY FACE, THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH, HATAR!, HUD, MARATHON MAN, THE NAKED JUNGLE, THE NAKED PREY, NASHVILLE, NEVADA SMITH, NORTH DALLAS FORTY, NO WAY TO TREAT A LADY, THE NUTTY PROFESSOR (J. Lewis), THE ODD COUPLE, ORDINARY PEOPLE, PAPER MOON, THE PARALLAX VIEW, A PLACE IN THE SUN, PLAY IT AGAIN, SAM, THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYIST, PRETTY BABY, RAGTIME, REDS, ROMAN HOLIDAY, ROMEO AND JULIET (1968), SEARCHING FOR BOBBY FISHER, SECONDS, SERPICO, SHANE, A SIMPLE PLAN, THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD, STALAG 17, TARGETS, TERMS OF ENDEARMENT, TESTAMENT, WAR OF THE WORLDS, WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE, WILL PENNY, YOU CAN COUNT ON ME... and of course, add your own favorites. It seems to me that Paramount continues to maintain the largest proportion of unreleased major, popular, requested titles of any studio when it comes to Blu-ray. Perhaps this will now begin to change.