I just got this disc for under $10 at Wal-Mart (score!), and I just finished watching it. There is something about it that doesn't look natural to me. The image is brighter with more detail in it, and it is far more stable than before, but there doesn't appear to be any fine grain visible at all. Even though the resolution is much higher than before and there is more detail on display, it still looked softer than I was expecting. I'm curious to hear what other people think of this transfer. I don't want to claim that it is over-processed and over-scrubbed yet, but it definitely doesn't look right to me. It doesn't look like film. I was happy to see they expended some effort on upgrading the sound to 5.1, but it was disheartening to see the same old standard definition trailer for the film with excerpts from a deleted musical number but no sign of that number included anywhere on the disc. I wonder if it even exists anymore? I got other Monroe Blu-ray titles, but now I'm not sure if I should open them or return them sight unseen, be they under $10 or not. In all honestly, GENTLEMEN PREFER BLONDES was the only one I was really interested in keeping in my collection anyway. Calling Robert Harris!!! I really would love to hear what he thinks of this title as he has the knowledge and a far larger screen to view it on than I.