Anyone else pick this one up? Image released this in a two disc set, with both parts included. The image is good for a 1922 era release, still looks rough at times though. A new stereo score is also provided, which sounds good and fits the material well enough. The only bonus is an audio commentary on both parts by David Kalat (of All Day Entertainment), but this guy knows his stuff, as he proved on All Day's Mabuse discs. The feature itself is awesome, one of the best silent films out there if you ask me, maybe even one of the best films, period. A must see for noir fans, with some heavy influences evident all the way into modern stuff. Feel free to discuss other Mabuse films or discs, or even Fritz Lang, if desired, so long as it's somehow related.