I was lucky enough to pick up a bunch of the new and upcoming Fox titles. I've given a look-see to each and every one of them. Broken Lance and The Bravados look and sound incredible. Beautifully robust 4.0 sound and a very sharp and colorful scope image - enhanced, of course. Warlock looks fine, and has both mono and stereo tracks - I listened to the stereo which doesn't sound much like stereo to me. Don't know if the film originally was or not. The Detective and Tony Rome: Funnily, the color on The Detective is a hair pale for my taste (the skin tones don't look like they should) - Tony Rome looks swell. Both have mono and stereo tracks, but again I believe both films were released in mono and the stereo doesn't sound real to my ears. Anna and the King of Siam - really nice transfer - mono and stereo tracks, but same story here - stereo doesn't sound real. A Farewell to Arms - While this transfer has terrific color, it's a bit on the soft side, especially compared to the DVDs listed above. The 3.0 sound is fantastic, and the Mario Nascimbene score sounds great. Finally, Buffalo Bill - I was pretty impressed with the sharpness of the image, and the color looks really nice. I'm looking forward to watching all these in their entirety over the next few days. For those who care about such things, no real extras to speak of, save for Anna and the King, which has the Biography show on Anna Leonowens, and premiere footage. All budget priced of course.