Okay, it's not a great movie, but I like most of "Impromptu" anyway and I think Judy Davis and Hugh Grant are tops in it. I've wanted to have this on dvd, hoping only for the basics - a good anamorphic transfer and good sound. First, I read at dvdfile that the disc is one of seven "Avant-Garde Cinema" titles (how does this trifle of a romantic comedy qualify for that banner anyway?) that MGM is releasing on 3/19. Of the seven, two won't have anamorphic transfers. Yep, just my luck - "Impromptu" won't be anamorphic. ("Angels and Insects" is the other, btw) Now, I read over at dvdreview that not only will it not be anamorphic, but it will be in MONO. If a film was originally meant to be heard that way, bring it on! But folks, I saw this movie in the cinema, I taped it when it aired on PBS, and I have been holding on for ages to the laserdisc - all STEREO. It's a cheap price tag but I'm gonna take a pass. It's looking like one of MGM's rush jobs already.