If I send in a DVD movie per the lawsuit against MGM and ask for the same title as a replacement, what exactly will be the difference? Rumor: There is nothing wrong with the DVD itself, just a graphic on an insert. If this were true, they would simply put a new insert into your disk and send it back. If it were just an insert, then ALL movies in the lawsuit would be able to be replaced. There are far fewer replacement DVD's than one's you can have replaced. If it is an incorrect graphic on the case, wouldn't they just sticker it? Desire: The movie I want is currently in widescreen, but not anamorphic (when I play it on my 16x9 TV, I get bars on the top/bottom and left/right or zoom in to get huge pixels). I am hoping the replacement will be anamorphic. I can't find any details on the web site that discusses the lawsuit, or on the documents they sent me to get replacement DVD's. I just want to make sure I am not an idiot for returning a movie just to get the exact same thing back, which is what others imply.