I just picked up the new Special Edition DVD of Groundhog Day and I'm really happy with the whole package. The picture, sound and documentary are quite nice. In fact, my family and I were so impressed, we decided to take a drive on Groundhog Day to Woodstock, IL, the town where the movie was filmed. It was a lot of fun seeing the actual puddle that Murray steps in over and over again. We had lunch in the very same cafe that served as the diner set for the movie. It was really fun seeing many of the same buildings used in the movie. But what all you forum members might find very interesting is that there was a camera crew there from American Movie Classics and they were filming a brand new documentary about what has happened to the town of Woodstock since the movie opened 10 years ago. If anyone has any inside information on when this documentary will begin running, I'd love to know. This seems like the perfect time since it is the 10th anniversary of the movie.