I am in the process of watching all of the extras on all of my DVDs, and some DVDs go way out there. Do we really need 3-4 commentaries on each DVD? For example: (1) American Pie 2: 4 commentaries. Why couldn't they combine all the commentaries into one? And why does Finch get his own commentary? (2) Fight Club: 4 commentaries. Again...Do we really need that many? (3) Joy Ride: 3 Commentaries I know it seems that I'm complaining about having extras, but that is not the case. There was two threads earlier about who watches extra, and who listens to commentaries, and about 80% of the people never watch any of the extras/commentaries, because they barely have enough time to watch the movie. Anyway, since *MOST* people don't listen to them, why do the studios feel the need to have SO many commentaries on 1 disk. I would think it would be better for the studios *AND* the public, to have 1 commentary with all the cast & crew, that way, the people who *DO* listen to commentaries only have to listen to 1, instead of 4 seperate ones. Anyway, for those interested, I am watching all of the extras on my DVDs in alphabetical order, and my next DVD is going to be "Independence Day" (5 Star Collection). I believe that has two commentaries as well. Earlier today, I skipped ahead and watched the "Moulin Rouge" Director's commentary, and I still have to watch the "writer's commentary". I have noticed that I am now, more "used" to listening to commentaries now that I have listened to well over 150 of them. I can remember that I had a lot of trouble sitting through my very first commentaries, because I had never heard them before, and I was really bored. But now, I know what to expect from them, and I can sit through one quite easily.