Universal's choice of Releasing the movie The Pianist on DVD 14 has me posing this question seriously. Now granted fans of "Full Color Artwork" , a Known Disney Selling point will be dissapointed, but there's no Arguing that the movies quite nice transfer provides a substantial Augument for using the format. More and more films are providing both a Dolby Digital and Space Hungry (Even at Half BIt rate) DTS Track. Add to that the usual array of Docs and deleted Scenes and what's left for space for the feature is really compromized. Also considering most of the Extras are usually EPK Filler they should not take from the transfer. Now I don't know how longevity figures into all this. Are DVD 14's More prone to DVD Rot and other anomolies ? Will Finger Prints and Scratches (Especially on Rental Disks) be a problem ? Can DVD14 or DVD18 for that matter help in the overall Presentation of the feature ? I think it could. Maybe this would eliminate the need for Superbit, maybe this will allow for full bitrate DTS Tracks... Maybe I'm just whistling in the Wind ! I'm Interested in hearing the HTF members Opinions...Guys?