I feel for all of you in 'love' with grain. I am well aware that film grain can be an artistic part of the 'movie' experience. In a movie such as Saving Privite Ryan, it helps tell the story, as well as take you back to the beach on that fateful day. However I find grain from film in some transfers distacting, rather than artistic. I predicted that 'film' lovers would complain about the lack of grain in a DVD transfer. And have seen numerous post to back this up. I looked forward to the day when DVD transfers would be able to bypass film and be direct from the digital files. And low and behold, my prays were answered with the release of A Bug's Life. And I await the release of the next digital direct 'film', with passionate longing. My collection so far: Atlantis SE A Bug's Life SE Dinosaur CE Fantasia 2000 Anthology Final Fantasy SE Shrik SE Tarzan CE Toy Story Ultimate Box Set (thanks Talal, forgot the 'great one'] Anyone else for or against this pactice? Any other Digital Direct Transfer DVD's, I should be looking for?