I picked this up yesterday for a very attractive $11.50 at... a store. Just a few quick notes. Picture This is the best that I've ever seen the film look. While it will never look as good as a big-budget epic from Hollywood, AB has done a fine job of presenting us with a sharp, clear, colorful transfer of the film. The clarity of the transfer breathes new life into the film and cements Romero's reputation as a very talented filmmaker. Sound The soundtrack is clear. Like I said, this was a low-budget film. The surround track is fairly inactive. Those who are miffed because it doesn't boast a DTS-EX track should calm down. The film was originally released in mono! In fact, it's nice to see the original mono track included on the disc. My only beef is that I feel they could have left off the DD 2.0 surround track in order to make more room for image bitrate. Not that the picture looks bad (see above) but every little bit helps. Extras Not too many, but remember that AB is still trying to put together their "mega set" of the film. The commentary is informative and fun. Having the producer of the disc leading the discussion helps a lot, as sometimes the participants can get off track. The trailers, television commercials, and radio spots are in surprisingly good shape. The still gallery is short and seems to consist primarily of newspaper ads. In the end the extras are fine, especially for the price they're asking. Those who have never seen the film and wish to take a chance on it will find a great presentation for very little dough. Real fans should weigh whether or not they want to wait for the box set. Remember, though, that the box set has been in the planning stages for YEARS now. Who knows if it will ever come out? The disc is cheap, so it won't hurt so much if you buy the single disc now and then buy the box set later on. Happy gut munching!