I think that as a whole, Warner was pretty well liked by the DVD community until the initial announcement of the Wonka fiasco. Since then, they have gone back and promised a widescreen version. Not to mention they have released two other highly requested "Family Entertaimnent" discs in widescreen (Goonies and the Neverending Story). Warner consistently delivers excellent picture quality with clear and vibrant pictures, well done anamorphic presentations with minimal grain (even on older movies) and has never been known (at least not recently) for excessive edge enhancement. Also, keeping in mind their generous (by other studio's standards) pricing policies and theyve never really done anything that could be described as underhanded like a certain other major studios policy of re-re-releasing Ultimate Editions less than a year after the first release of the movie. Aside from the fact that they stick with Snappers (something that believe it or not, not everyone hates), I think that Warner should be considered one of the top companies when it comes to consistent quality with their DVDs. Reading reviews on recent releases like the Goonies, Driven, Exit Wounds, etc., most all the major DVD review sites always give stellar ratings to the audio and video quality of these discs. Whats everyones opinion?