I had a conversation with a friend the other day about DVD enthusiasts and their comparison with dvd snobs. He seemed to think that you're one or the other, but never both. He firmly admitted to being a snob. Here's what we came up with; DVD Snob: Wants everything to do with the movie, and won't settle until they get it. Hypothetical snob conversation: "I want commentaries, one with the director (even if the director doesn't like doing them, hasn't done them before and has said they will never do them - eg. Spielberg) and another with the actors (even if they have nothing interesting to say at all, except to describe the action on screen - eg. Arnie). I want a flawless transfer, in its correct aspect ratio, anamorphic, and I won't settle until I get all three, and will complain until all three are acheived - and no, three separate releases to get them right won't do (although I will be in line to buy all three releases). With soundtracks - I want Dolby and DTS soundtracks. Any studio that doesn't remaster their soundtracks into these two formats is useless and I will boycott their product from now on. However, that being said, if the original, seventy-year-old mono track isn't included, then there's no sale. I want deleted scenes, and I want them all. Even if there's a selection of over an hour of cut footage, if the mythical, 10-second scene where such and such happens isn't included - then no sale! Isolated score would be nice, no cancel that, Isolated score is essential. With extended versions of the film - I know I've whinged for months on end about having an extended version with over an hour more inserted into the film, and now that you've given me what I was asking for, you better make sure the original version is there too, even though the extended version is better and I will never probably watch the original again. Oh, and double-dipping? Please make sure that if you, the studio, decides to re-release a package, you *must* include everything from the previous release, no matter how many discs the title spreads out to. I never know how many versions of the second theatrical trailer I need (you know, the one that only went for thirty seconds, and wasn't really a full trailer, rather a teaser trailer that didn't have anything to say about the film except "We're coming and you must buy a ticket", you know the one!). Oh, and finally - cover art. If it isn't some variation of the poor original poster for the film, then there's no sale. DVD Enthusiast: "Oh look, the special edition of Goodfellas is out. I might buy that, I've been looking forward to it for a while."