It does appear that the upcoming DVD releases for "Max Keeble's Big Move" and "Snow Dogs" will be Pan & Scan only...with no widescreen versions. This isn't merely going on what was stated at Amazon but word from Disney themselves. Now, I don't know if you care about these two films, but think of what this means for the DVD format if the studio with the largest amount of live-action family films is determining that people are no longer interested in seeing the entire movie. As you may know, I run a Disney DVD website and I think we have to make it clear to Disney that we will not buy MAR-only releases. For the past few years, Disney has been very good at releasing their films in original aspect ratio, and this is just no time to start cutting up their films. They are sitting on a huge amount of unreleased catalogue titles (many of which are among my most-awaited DVD purchases) and these 2 releases do not bare well for their DVD fates. Someone needs to start a petition...I really hate to see this format being dumbed-down for the people who do not understand widescreen and it just seems that this very thing is happening. I think it's ridiculous from the studio's standpoint to not release an OAR DVD which would clearly make money from those who established this DVD format and care for the proper treatment of ALL films, from "Snow Dogs" to "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" to "Citizen Kane". I don't know what this means for the enigmatic April family film DVD releases, which Disney has not released any specs on whatsoever. This really aggravates me so much, knowing that their unreleased "family films" might very well get the 1.33:1 shaft. What do they attribute these numbers to? The fact that people prefer Fullscreen or the fact that the Fullscreen discs had no designation as such, and people had to look for the versions with the "Widescreen" banners on them? The fact that many stores only stocked the Fullscreen versions or the fact that at online stores where both were available, widescreen versions always outsold the Fullscreen versions? This is not a good sign for the DVD format and hopefully we can bring Disney to their senses.