Have you ever tried to return a defective, out of print DVD? I went to Best Buy today to return the defective copy of Fight Club 2-disc I bought last week. First of all, they didn't believe it was defective, even though the disc shows some pretty blatant physical defects, because they couldn't reproduce the error in the DVD player they had in the back. Finally, after I argued, they let me exchange it. They said I had to get the same copy. I couldn't find any left and told them it was out of print. After a lot of me arguing and them insisting it's the player not the disc, he lets me exchange my DVD for a different title, but says because of copyright issues, they have to send the original back to the government, so they have to open the new DVD I get. I didn't quite get it. I understand this is so I don't take the new one back unopened to get cash, but I don't quite get the whole "send the returned DVD back to the government because of copyright issues" thing. Can anyone explain?