I just got back from my job at Best Buy, and I wanted to share an interesting little tidbit: I was showing a guy the Evil Dead DVDs and explaining to him the multiple versions. We had the old Elite DVD and the new Anchor Bay version (both BOTD and movie-only). I said that if he was a casual fan, the Anchor Bay version should be good enough. Another customer overheard my conversation, and recommended he get the Elite version instead, due to the fact taht the Elite DVD had a 1.33 transfer. He said that the matted version cut a lot of the picture out, and "chopped up the movie." Being a literate and knowledgeable salesperson, I was taken aback by his comments. The customer ended up getting the Elite DVD (paying $27.99 instead of $12.99) on the recommendation of the fellow customer. I'm curious to find out if this customer knows what he's taking about or if he was just talking out of his ass. I tend to think that Anchor Bay generally does a good job at preserving OAR -- am I wrong in this instance?