Hey all. I just finished watching Dodgeball with the wife last night and thought it was pretty good. However, I couldn't help but be distracted by some distortion in the soundtrack. It really pulled me away from the movie at times. My wife didn't even notice until I pointed it out to her, but it was definatley there. I would post some time stamps, but I'm at work atm. I noticed distortion only from Mr.White's voice in some of the movie (maybe 8 or 9 times). I really noticed it in the bar celebration scene where Mr.White spoils the party with his "crew" (right after Average Joe's beat the girlguides). I thought maybe it was my speakers so I tried headphones, and the same thing happened. Then I went as far as trying my second DVD Player, and you can guess .... same thing. I then tried a second reciever and different digital coax cable, and the SAME THING!. So, is this a defective disc I should return ? or is it the same on all copies ?. Hope you guys can give me some responses. Thanks P.S. - I also heard this "crackling" distorted dialoge in Jeepers Creepers last month, and tried the same troubleshooting techniques, and couldn't isolate it .... I'm starting to wonder if I'm hearing Dolby Digital compression or just poorly mastered tracks. If they are poorly mastered soundtracks, then how the heck can this get get past everyone involved in the DVDs production ? Don't these people watch their DVD's before releasing them to the public ? Sorry if my frustration is showing but I just hate the sound of audio distortion, it makes me cringe.