Greetings, everyone. Lately, I have discovered a new hazard in the world of DVDs/CDs: Pinpoint holes in the data layers (visible by holding the disc up to a light). These are small holes in the gold/silver layers within the plastic disc. I encountered a copy of the Schindler's List soundtrack that had a couple, causing some periodic skipping in the beginning of a track. I just picked up Amelie today, and my Disc 1 has one lager pinhole, and couple of minute speck holes in the data layers. I watched the film up to the layer switch, without any problems...which is odd. I was expecting a the film to break up at a certain point, due to missing data. Even though I haven't experienced any problems so far, should I exchange the disc? How could the disc play without a hitch with holes in the data layers? Is this a defect that could lead to future problems? Anyone else experience this? Any help/comments would be helpful! Thanks.