I sent the following message to both Sony Pictures and Hollywood Video. I am sure that the studios would love to fragment the DVD market to increase revenue and this is another attempt to accomplish that fragmentation. The long term goal of course is to have us pay for EACH view. Your (Sony) attempt to fragment the DVD market by issuing two release of 'Charlie's Angels- Full Throttle', one in full screen to the Video Rental Stores and one in widescreen that requires purchasing the movie is a very transparent effort to force DVD viewers who want to view the movie in it's original format to purchase the movie. I rented this movie from Hollywood Video expecting to see the normal widescreen aspect ratio. When the DVD informed me that it was not widescreen, I stopped viewing and will return to Hollywood for a refund. I also will hence forth NOT view or purchase ANY Sony movies. Blockbuster also attempted to force renters to watch the full screen editions. I do not rent from Blockbuster. We know that this is a blatant attempt to do away with video rental and maximize already obscene profits by only releasing full screen versions at a lower price to the rental companies. Those that want the theater experience must purchase another version. This all stems from the loss of movie ticket revenue. I and others simply do not go to the movies because of the horrible conditions present in the theaters not to mention the 2 hour time constraint for movie length. We only view movies on the DVD widescreen format in our home studios. To force us to purchase DVD's will simply not work. I am sure I am not alone in my boycott of Sony as I am posting this on a number of websites.