I should say, "Dear CBS/Viacom..." You have a few Oscar-winning films still unreleased on Blu-ray: THE GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH and ORDINARY PEOPLE. Why are you dragging your feet on these? License them out or release them yourself, but, c'mon -- step up to the plate. The ORDINARY PEOPLE DVD is awful, and I've little doubt you would not be required to put much effort into a new scan of this for HD release. This, of course, does not take into account the scores of other major films you haven't bothered to release or license out for Blu-ray. What the hell? Is Wade Williams a CEO of your company now? Is Susan Hart on your Board of Directors? You're holding these films hostage and the many...many of us who want physical media over streaming are really angry at you for this and isn't helping your P.R. at all. Perhaps, though, you don't care about your film library assets, CBS/Viacom. These films are part of our cultural heritage, Just because you now "own" Paramount doesn't mean you can just trash or neglect this incredible film library without burying a vast legacy left by people who actually gave a damn about it. Where are the wonderful people who gave us the WINGS restoration? Have they all been fired?