I won't go over the film review because most people don't really care of my opinion. LOL However I will just give it a rating: 4.5/5 The Korean version of Finding Nemo DOES NOT come with a full framed version on Disc 2. Disc 2 has all the extras to provide space for optimal video quality and a DTS ES soundtrack. Video The R3 Korean version of Finding Nemo Disney and Pixar have provided us with is a flawless 1:78 THX certified anamorphic transfer. This has to be one of the best video transfer ever! There are no problems with this transfer. No spots, blemishes, bleeding of colors, etc. Colors are magnificent! Blues, greens, oranges, reds, all jump right at you. With all these colors, there is sometimes a chance of saturation or bleeding. None here. The colors are kept intact perfectly. Detail is fantastic. Examples are shots taken above water. My mother couldn't tell if it was computer generated or real and I agreed with her. This is one transfer with no complaints. Rating: 5/5 Audio - English Dolby-EX - English DTS-ES - Korean Dolby-ES While the R1 version of Finding Nemo comes with a Dolby EX track, the R3 also provides a DTS ES track. I'll review the DTS ES track since that's what most people are looking for when buying this R3 DVD. What an excellent soundtrack. This movie totally engages all speakers for the DTS ES track. The dialogue was clear and concise and hugely directional! No doubt reference material. subtle ambience effects are used throughout the movie. This is what envelopes you into the soundstage, never letting you feel you disconnected from the movie. The LFE effects will definitely keep you on your toes. It is used consistently through the movie. Perfectly controlled, used widely and distributed throughout the room. Dolby-EX vs. DTS-ES On a direct comparison I preferred the DTS-ES soundtrack. I had to turn down my volume from my normal listening level since I found the DTS-ES track to be slightly more louder then the Dolby-EX track. I felt the Dolby-EX to be a little constrained, not too much to worry about, but it's there. While the DTS-ES had a much wider soundstage as well as a more noticeable ambient soundtrack. I found the LFE to be more powerful (but controlled) and had a wider sound field on the DTS-ES track then the Dolby-EX track. Rating: 5/5 Extras You will find the same extras on the R3 and R1 DVD. I haven't gone through them all yet, but so far I'm thoroughly impressed. Final Analysis So is it worth importing the R3 DVD? Hell yeah. However, it'll be for the DTS-ES track only because that's the only difference between the R1 and R3. As well as there being no full screen version of the movie packaged together. However, I find the DTS-ES track to be well worth the money. The price is about the same as the R1 version so there's no harm in purchasing the R3 version.