Admitedly, isolated scores, for whatever absurd reason, were never a big feature of DVDs. Almost every non-barebones disc has trailers and deleted scenes and some sort of featurette, and quite often one or more commentary. Isolated scores show up very few and far between, especially lately, which has been rumored to be due to the studios' fears of bootlegging. Imagine my surprise then, upon playing the new I, Robot 2-disc edition. On the box it's labeled as a "commentary by composer Marco Beltrami" but it's just a good ol' isolated score with the composer's comments inserted in between cues (although - and I think this is done for those pesky "bootlegging" reasons - he often speaks over bits of cues). I had given up on DVDs giving us isolated scores, and then this shows up, pretty much unannounced. And I'm glad the upcoming Ben-Hur 4-disc set will have an isolated score as well. That should be very exciting! Sorry to ramble, I was just very pleasantly surprised. Perhaps this is just a one-time thing, but I would hope more and more DVDs offer us the isolated score feature. My dream, of course, would be for the upcoming Batman SEs to feature isolated scores, at least on the first two films, with Danny Elfman's comments, since they are some of the best 80s-90s scores.