I understand as more and more of the big studios want to grab a sizable slice of the 'DVD Pie' it is getting harder and harder for distributors like yourselves to licence titles. Have you ever considered licencing titles from the BBC? In the UK especially the BBC seem very agreeable to licencing out their titles - many companies including Universal, The BFI, Network Videos etc are producing DVDs with licenced content. And in R1 titles such as 'Last of the Summer Wine' and 'Blakes 7' are licenced out. I'm not suggesting that Criterion should licence anything as mundane as a BBC sit-com - but some of their wonderful plays and specials. The BBC have produced many wonderful dramas which - IMOHO - would be ideal for Criterion releases. Examples which spring to mind include any of the classic 'Ghost Stories for Christmas' specials, 'Abigail's Party', 'Nuts In May', 'Ghostwatch', 'Cathy Come Home' and, for something bigger how about the complete 'Elizabeth R' or 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy'? Just an idea.