Just received All About Eve and How Green Was My Valley and while both discs are a class act, here's some of the info I think will interest a great number of you. Firstly - those darn Proofs-of-Purchase. They're on the bottom left-hand corner of the back of the scene selections insert and you won't cut into anything on the reverse side - just a small rectangular piece missing. Secondly, in the second Sunrise insert, it contains full release dates for all the discs in 2003, and here they are: An Affair to Remember - 4th February The Day The Earth Stood Still - 4th March The Ghost and Mrs. Muir - 1st April Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing - 6th May The Grapes of Wrath - 3rd June Anastasia (1956) - 1st July The Inn of the Sixth Happiness - 5th August Titanic (1953) - 2nd September The Mark of Zorro - 7th October Laura - 4th November The Ox-Bow Incident - 2nd December I'm bitterly disappointed that My Darling Clementine isn't on it. Simply because one of the great John Ford masterpieces was ignored by the Oscars, doesn't mean Fox should do the same! And lastly, although Robert Crawford said he had it confirmed that international customers would be able to send in for the Sunrise DVD, everything on the insert states the opposite - only those in the USA and Canada (but not Quebec) need apply. It's also only one per household.