This company essentially invented the alternate-track audio commentary with its laser disc releases. Since then, they've commissioned innumerable such tracks, which led other companies such as Warner Bros to embrace the idea and use it as a "bonus" or supplement" feature on many of their DVD's and Blu-rays. But, while small companies such as Kino Lorber and Shout!/Scream are actually increasing the number of releases to include brand new, specially-recorded commentary tracks, Criterion seems to be only those that were previously included on its own or other studios' releases. Are we seeing an end to original Criterion audio tracks? Too much of an investment these days? Don't mean to be a complainer...I have simply noticed over the past 6 months or so that the only commentaries Criterion seems to be giving us anymore are those that were produced years ago. For the premium retail price Criterion demands for their Blu-rays, I would think that the inclusion of some new such tracks would be appropriate.