Well, I watched this disc last night and the film transfer was very vivid. Wonderful with no real flaws, in my lil opinion. And the DTS track is frickin' awesome! Nice use of low end throughout, plus a fantastic use of the sub during those "big" scenes. Universal got it right this time and with the first pressing!!!! I cannot praise the DTS and Anamorphic transfer enough! The extras are also "a plenty." The only real problem I had with the extras is that the "A Visit To ILM" got rather annoying. When I clicked on it it brought me to a menu where I had several different options to choose from. That was okay, but then when I chose one it brought me to yet another three or four options. When I started at the top and worked my way down, they were only about a minute or two in length. Why not click on one option at the begining and run the entire three or four options together? I mean they all fit together, but why stop, bring you to the menu, click on the next one, play it, then stop, bring you to the menu, click on the next one, etc. etc. etc. I could understand it if they were like 15 minutes a piece, but 1 maybe two minutes?! sheesh. Anyway, I never knew Joe Johnston was never a director, but a special effects designer. He worked on all three original Star Wars films and is even credited as to being the one who officially designed YODA! Very cool. He then asked Speilberg after the first Jurassic Park to direct the next one, but Speilberg said no to The Lost World, but yes to the third installment. Very cool for him. I wish I could have those kind of connections! The lamest Special Feature would have to be Dinosaur Turntables! I mean I love dinosaurs and palentology, but this was soooooo stupid. You click on the dinosaur name and the dinosaur appears and spins around in grey, then spins around in color. All lasting about 45 seconds. Stupid? Yep. The Theatrical Trailers are nice because it has all three trailers, but the trailer for The Lost World and Jurassic Park 3 are different from the previous two DVDs. Remember that Jurassaic Park and The Lost World had three trailers, but they were both the same on each disc? Kinda lame, but still nice to have. The only thing I wish was included was any teaser trailers made for the first two films. But I guess I can't have everything. Finally, I will comment on the "Making of..." and "Behind the scenes..." documentaries. Both are very interesting and informative. The Making of Jurassic Park III documentary is your basic 15-20 minute spot and has interesting stories and footage. The Behind-The-Scenes documentary is neat because you get three scenes to choose from, then click from semi-start to fully-finished. Well, that's it. Enjoy. Also, keep in mind that I'm a HUGE Jurassic Park fan so I love the film, but that's NOT what this thread is about, just the DVD and hopes to get you excited about buying it on Tuesday. Enjoy.