I'd like to see Goodbar show up on Blu-ray too. But I'd like to bring up one point of trivia regarding the film. I think Looking for Mr. Goodbar was ahead of its time in being one of the first movies to do a heavy amount of product placement. If I recall correctly, in every scene where characters were shown drinking beer, whether in bars, or when partying at Tuesday Weld's apartment, for example, every beer shown was a product of the Miller Brewing company. I remember sort of getting a kick out of that because I was a Miller High Life drinker back when I saw Goodbar in a theater. I only saw LFMG twice, once in the theater, and another time on The Movie Channel. But I have a pretty sharp memory, as verified by friends and family that check out details of events that I recall. And in the scene where beer containers are strewn in Tuesday Weld's apartment, after some partying, I specifically recall Lowenbrau beer being shown, even though I've never imbibed any of that stuff myself. A little checking with Wikipedia indicates that Lowenbrau, at the time Goodbar was filmed, was a relatively new addition to the Miller company's stable of beers, as the company did not acquire the North American distribution rights to the brand until 1975. I guess Miller might have seen a high profile Hollywood film, based on a best selling book, as a good way to help raise public awareness about its newest label.