Now, I'm not talking about re-releasing a DVD 4+ years after its original release (ala Amadeus and True Romance), I'm talking about what Columbia and Buena Vista have been doing with Black Hawk Down, Pearl Harbor, Panic Room, and probably Spider-Man. It seems like I keep seeing more and more people that are complaining about re-releases of super-special editions a couple months later after a non-SE. Am I in the minority here that thinks a movie can stand on its own? If a movie needs 4 discs worth of supplements in order for me to justify buying it, then it must not be all that special of a movie to begin with. I mean, I have around 320 DVDs, and I watch less than 25% of my supplements, and I know MANY of you can put my collection to shame. Do you guys watch EVERY supplement on all your DVDs, and if so, do you watch them more than once? I mean, for christsake, Im not against supplements, and I like knowing they exist, but its not the be-all-end-all of home theater. These supplements are just that, supplements. Unless a movie has an original DVD release that improves upon the A/V quality with a re-release, is it really necessary to get upset just because they're going to re-release a movie 4 months later with some extra supplements? Not only that, some people are chastsizing these studios talking about not buying these discs when theyre at least letting us know that another release is on the way. Would you people rather the studios release a movie, and then the day after it comes out announce the SE? Or worse yet, would you prefer rental pricing? I think the non-SE first, with an SE to come later announcement is a blessing, and we should be thankful, not angry at the studios for it. Sorry for the rant, but I just wanted to see if theres anyone left that agrees with me.