I just got back from seeing Black Hawk Down, and it was a really, really good movie. Gripping from about a 1/2 hour in until the very end. Since this is a Columbia Tri-Star film, I'm wondering what you guys all think we'll get as far as a DVD concerned? CTHV is not a really big-time double-disc set supporter, but with a runtime of 2:24, I'm wondering if they're going to have a choice in the matter. Allegedly, the only reason Hannibal was a 2-disc set with DTS was because Ridley Scott wanted it that way and MGM/UA "allowed" it. In the latest Widescreen Review, the CTHV people were interviewed and they hinted that double-disc "Superbit" style releases were being considered for 2002, even though they might not carry the Superbit branding (allegedly, Superbit branded titles will be DTS re-releases). I wonder if Black Hawk Down will be somethink like that. Highest possible bit rate for presentation w/ DTS on Disc 1, and all the added value on Disc 2. Let's hope Ridley Scott has our buddy Charlie de Lauzirika produce this DVD in conjunction with CTHV's already impressive DVD dept. Gladiator is still the crown jewel in my 160+ DVD collection, and Hannibal is up there too. If Ridley, Charlie, and CTHV are all involved, I think we could have an early contender for THE DVD release of 2002. What do you guys think? Regards, Dan PS: If Charlie is reading this, a big thanks to you and Ridley for providing us some of the best DVDs around. Tell Ridley we all appreciate his hard work and also yours too! And here's hoping Ridley makes "Captain Kidd" for the bigscreen next!!!