I'm sure its a problem most of you who live in the States don't really care about, but I am seeking an explanation as to why there are a very limited number of titles (about 30 or so, most of those music/concerts) that contain a DTS soundtrack. Looking on the web, I can find heaps of DTS versions of films in Region 1 that are only available in Region 4 as Dolby Digital. Not wanting to get into a DD vs. DTS debate, I have been a fan of DTS since I first saw and _heard_ that first DTS trailer infront of Jurassic Park all those years ago, and would love to have the option to buy DVD's with DTS soundtracks. The only big movies available in Australia with DTS are: 1. Gladiator 2. Close Encounters of the Third Kind Collector's Edition 3. The Mummy, Ultimate Edition 4. The Mummy Returns, Special Edition 5. Hannibal 6. Seven, and funnily enough 7. Little Nicky Added to my frustration, my DVD player _is_ region free modified, but a lot of web-sites wont sell Region 1 DVD's to overseas addresses, which is legally understandable, and even if they did, I'd be paying double with the exchange rate! Is it that a PAL signal somehow takes more room on the disc than NTSC not leaving room for DTS, is it a legal issue, is it cost of including a DTS soundtrack, or was it determined by some beaurocrat bunch of studio execs, that Australians dont care about quality sound? Can anyone help me with any information?