With so much EPK crap released on the market, it's so rare to find a genuinely perfect special edition disc - one that hits all the bases and then some. A disc who's supplements simply enrich the film itself rather than taking away some of its magic. A special edition that truly inspires, enlightens and entertains. Can we have some listings of DVD special editions that are all style and substance, featuring both quality and quantity in vast swathes? Only discs that have a truly Zen-like perfection need apply - the pickier you are, the better. We're talking the finest special editions ever assembled here, and please explain your choice/s. Do The Right Thing - Criterion's two-disc set works on two levels brilliantly; it explores, explains and discusses the many issues and moral dilemmas within the film, but simultaneously shows you how such a vibrant and impeccably crafted picture was created, designed and executed. Monty Python and the Holy Grail - Rarely have a film and its DVD counterpart been so in tune with one another. The two commentary tracks and the location-revisiting documentary, despite their intense hilarity, are incredibly informative about the hows, whys, wheres and whens of the film's making and the magic of the Python troupe in general, with the rest of the discs dedicated to such wonderfully intense silliness, it feels like a real one-off Python reunion. George Washington - a disc that isn't overwhelming packed, but doesn't actually need to be. It's a no-budget first-time indie picture who's aspirations are perhaps a little higher than it can reach, but everything that needs to be said is said. Every bit of material is essential and fascinating, but the cast interviews (and baby pictures as an easter egg!) and short films are some of the most revealing supplements I've ever seen. The juxtaposition between the kids themselves and their on-screen characters is phenomenal and seeing how Green's ideas and styles were shaped and moulded into the final film through his earlier shorts is quite extraordinary. The wondrous, eerie and beautiful short film A Day With The Boys is also included, something for which I will be forever grateful.