Which dvds would go down in the annals of dvd history(if there were such a thing) as legendary DVDs? They would have to trancsend the everyday release by generating a huge amount of discussion, whether about their quality, lack thereof, release delays, the actual movie etc. These are a few I thought of when I asked myself that question: Terminator 2: Judgment Day: Ultimate Edition This disc achieved "legendary" status by the sheer amount of added material, and the excessive use of edge enhancement. Terminator 2: Judgment Day: Extreme Edition I expect this dvd to attain legendary status because of (1) The Hi-def transfer on disc 2, (2) James Cameron's first commentary track and (3) the horrible, cool looking, case destroying metal slipcover. The Fifth Element Long was this lauded as having the "best" dvd transfer, I believe it still stands as a good example of the best of dvd picture quality. Legend: Ultimate Edition For a long time I remember hearing fans of Ridley Scott's much-maligned, wonderous fantasy picture despair that the rumored Special Edition would never appear. But when it finally did, it was a sight to behold. It contained the new director's cut AND the theatrical cut. Universal had listened. The Matrix This was often cited as being the "best DVD ever" Anyone else got some?