I hope that we can accumulate some support on this post, so the studios hear us. I have always been saddened that the studios tend to leave DTS out on most classic movies, while they have the room to use it. My favorite catagory is musicals, and I would say there are only a small number in my collection of over 50 musicals (maybe 2) that have a DTS track. Even later musicals, such as XANADU, BEST LITTLE WHOREHOUSE, EVITA ect....have no extras so there is room. The fidelity on older movies is not the same as it is today, but we all have our favorite movies, and no doubt that DTS is the ultimate in available soundtrack delivery. From what I have read there would be slight differences in tonal quality and warmth to the classic magnetic stereo soundtracks. In my opinion, I would gladly pay a few dollars extra, since obviously the studios cost to use DTS raises somewhat in fees. We have some costly restoration happening in movies like King of Kings, Khartoum, Mary Poppins, Molly Brown, even Superman, you would think that after all that effort, the studios would want them to sound as good as they could. So I urge the studios that release movies like Ten Commandments, Ben Hur, Sound of Music, Hello Dolly!, Guys and Dolls, Sweet Charity (restored beautifully), and the wonderful library of Hollywood to start using DTS.....anyone else agree?