I was fortunate this last weekend to find an excellent copy of The Lubitsch Touch LD box set for an obscene price ($19.99! The last one went for $584 on Ebay - I bid something over $200 and was immediately blown away). For those who don't know, this is a box set of seven Lubitsch directed films. I recall one seller, many months ago, of this set claim that only 300 were produced. I don't know if this is true, but it does seem to be extraordinarily rare. This was one of my Holy Grails of LD. By this I mean that not only does a title command a high price (when auctioned), but it is so rare that even if one is willing to pay the price, there's is rarely a copy to bid on - you may be forced to wait months for the next one, if ever one appears at all. Now, some people would say that Song of the South is a Holy Grail, but really, it isn't. It does get pretty good bucks but there are always copies available to bid on. Same for Criterion's Salo and 400 Blows dvds - yes, they're expensive but they're always available, and they have LD counterparts at a much lower cost. So, I'd like to compile a list of Holy Grails in LD and DVD. Perhaps another opportunity like the above will present itself and I'd like to be able to recognize it. The few I can think of at the moment, in LD, are: The Lubitsch Touch Zulu Dawn Sweeney Todd Song of the South (Hong Kong version. This was only available as a rental) In DVD, all I'm aware of is An Evening of Yes Music, but there must be some others. Any more?