Browsing through Amazon.fr today I noticed something of interest to all Disney fans, no matter what region: Here is the French single disc Peter Pan release: http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/tg/...vd/B00005UCAS/ Although it doesn't mention special features they are the same as the UK/US Single disc version (perhaps missing the commentary) See Here Here is an upcoming 2 disc special collectors edition! http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000089QLE/ It's certainly different - the case shows DTS which is missing from the single disc release. (and here's a 2 pack of Peter Pan and Return to Neverland - so the set isn't those to movies packaged together http://www.amazon.fr/exec/obidos/ASIN/B000089QLD/ , and the pack shot of the 2 disc release clearly shows the second disc to be Bonus Materials) Now - if this is indeed a full-out Disney animated film 2 disc release, I would expect it to be like my French Sleeping Beauty. On that disc the first disc has a DTS soundtrack - but only French. There is also English and French DD5.1 tracks. The whole of the second disc is French only - with overdubbing on interviews and French language onscreen at all times for instructions and descriptions etc. So the presence of this release raises an important question. How can it be economical for Disney to create and author a 2 disc set for the French market only, and yet claim it is not economical to do so for the USA (Lilo and Stitch, Treasure Planet et al)? Because belive me, the Sleeping Beauty disc was just for release in France. I suggest the lack of 2 disc special editions for these films has nothing to do with economics, but marketing, and we will see them sooner rather than later once sales of the single disc release die down. On a more positive note, Peter Pan (and Return to Neverland) are about to be placed OOP by Disney this month. Does this mean the 2 disc set will be available in America before the end of 2003?