I've got a few questions I thought I'd throw out to the group, to see if anyone out there can help me with the answers. The questions are not entirely related, but here goes: 1) I was in Suncoast yesterday at my local mall. While in there, another customer asked for Flash Gordon with Sam Jones (a guilty pleasure of mine; I got the old DVD for under $10 when it was discontinued). The mgr. replied that it was out-of-print, and that a new Special Edition was in the works! He then referred the customer to a magazine (I didn't hear which one; screaming baby nearby) that listed the coming-soon titles, which he said had the Flash Gordon S.E. info. I was late getting somewhere, so I didn't have time to explore this further with him. I hadn't heard about this SE, and I usually hear about these things...especially since the Universal Studios distro center is about 2 miles from where I work, and lots of my co-workers have friends or relatives who work there! (I imagine this is a Universal title, since the OOP edition was one of the Image/Universal releases). Any know anything about a Flash Gordon S.E. being made? 2) Very recently (within the past 30 days), Rhino marked down at least a dozen funny/scary/sexy (mostly 70's/80's) titles...to just $9.95 on most!...per the VideoTropic web site ( http://www.videotropic.com/pricereductions.asp Anyone know if they'll show up in some retailer's "budget" rack as a "special purchase"? 3) Here's the tricky question. I may start a war with this one! It may be a "blasphemous" question! I know the answer is probably "always buy Criterion". But wait a sec...is it worth it? Give me a reason WHY I should buy the Criterion version! Since both the Anchor Bay and Criterion copies of Time Bandits are non-anamorphic, and since I'm not sure I care about the commentary track, which version of this title should I get on DVD? Okay, that should start enough of a debate. I'm quite serious about all three questions, as dumb as some people might find them! Thanks in advance for any and all answers. ------------------ DAVE/Memphis Widescreen is Family Fun!