Went into HMV today as I was lured by their One day only buy one get one free coupon offer. They had what appeared to be three different copies of Se7en on the shelves. One was a single disc bare bones edition sporting a DTSes track and a 2.35:1 enhanced aspect ratio. The second was the Platinum edition 2 disc set that, according to the box, sports a remastered 2:40 aspect ratio version of the film with a second disc filled with a bunch of supplemental material. The third version was enclosed in an HMV proprietary sleeve bearing the heading "the collector series". It was not as thick as the New Line Platinum release but to my surprise, the info regarding the sleeve's contents were an exact copy of the New Line release. The HMV disc was priced the same as the single disc ($26.95 CDN) and the New Line release priced at ($44.95). Of course when I got the disc home and slid it out of the slaver, I was left holding the single disc version with the same technical specs as the first disc I looked at in the store. I guess I'm not sure how I feel about this. On the one hand, I basically got the edition that was worth the lower price. On the other hand, I probably would have sprung for the Platinum if I had known what was inside the version I bought. I kind of made a stupid assumption that HMV somehow was able to get the Platinum series version with all it's supplements into a cheaper (non collector's edition worthy) package and sell it for less. The other disc I picked up was the super duper edition of "Stand by Me" for $37. Thus I got both for $37. I'm pretty sure I would Have taken the platinum edition se7en and thus got both my selections for $45. A crucial factor in whether or not I go back and try to switch these is whether or not the actual transfer for the two releases of Se7en are materially different as the differing aspect ratios on the releases would indicate. Or is this just another case of mislabeled or misrepresentative packaging!!???