This is for anyone who loves the brat pack. Anyone who loves the 80's more than any other period in history. The 'teen flicks' of John Hughes must live on through special edition dvds. this films are necessary in order to preserve history. here are my thoughts: brekfast club: a bare bones edition of THE essential 80's movie? you've gotta be kidding me. this needs the delux treatment. cast commmentary (gotta hear Judd 'the man' Nelson discuss Bender), director commentary (John '80's God' Hughes, need i say more?), music vidoes ('don't you, forget about me': one the best songs of the 80's), of course animated menus with sound clips ('Eat my shorts') and other good stuff (trailers, etc.) sixteen candles: again cast and director commentary, trailers anything that adds to this excellent piece of cinema history. ferris bueller's day off: this DOES have a commentary that is quite good, however, i'd like to hear matthew broderick's thought's on playing the guy that everyone would kill to be. also there were no trailers! when was the last time you got a dvd with commentary but no trailers? trailers should be standard. weird science: more of the same. and could we get teh deleted scenes that are shown on tv (deleted scenes standard on ALL of the aforementioned dvds of course) that's just my opinion of course your thoughts?