I was recently at our local DVD spot looking for new DVD's to add to my collection, and came across 2 that I have been looking at for several weeks and months, But still cant bring my self stuff to purchase. They were Underworld Extended cut and Hellboy Directors cut. I usually base my decision on the content of the new DVD, extended movie, new special features etc. I liked both of these movies alot and I know that eventually I will buy these, I just always end up putting them off for something new that I either dont have or have'nt seen. Both of these new DVD's have alot of new content so I dont have a problem shelling out the additional $20 for them. But I have held off on buying some special editions due to lack of content (Klumps, something more about mary) or just a movie that I dont care to see 20 minutes more of. I just cant bring myself to purchase the same DVD with 10 minutes of crappy new useless footage. Especially after the release of all of the LOTR movies and the Extended Editions of each one, the bar has been raised in extended editions. I have a friend that waited untill each of the EE came out before he bought them, I just cant do that. I need the original movie and the EE's. Of course he does'nt watch any of the special features, he just gets them for the longer cut of the film. The Kill Bill sets that are in talks (Ive heard 6 in all) are definitely DVD's that I would get if filled with enough special features and or different versions of the film. (it's a sickness, hehe) I dont mind buying a second (or even 3rd) release of a movie that I already have, but it had better have something worth my $20 or $30 or Im passing it up at the store and, maybe renting it from Netflix to view the extras. That's not even mentioning the SuperBit editions out now either. So what do you base your decision on when buying SE, EE, Director cuts? Or do you even buy them?