I just had a chance to look over both these releases and without a doubt, they are must owns for those interested. The Mad Max disc has a gorgeous (and very clean) anamorphic widescreen transfer and a full frame (but who cares), as well as the original Australian soundtrack, in both mono and Dolby Digital 5.1 mixes. The commentary is quite good, as three crew members and a "Mad Max expert" provide insight, but the "Road Rants" trivia subtitle track is cool also. The other extras are a featurette on Mel Gibson (16 minutes) and one on the film itself (25 minutes), plus some internation poster artwork, four tv spots, and the Australian trailer. As far as Buckaroo, it was well worth the wait, as this disc rocks! You can view the film in the theatrical form or extended form (with alternate opening) and the transfer is anamorphic (2.35:1) & makes the movie look brand new. Audio is DD 5.1 and it sounds good, though not too dynamic, but I think we expected that. The commentary is with director W.D. Richter and writer Earl Mac Raunch, both of whom have a great time here, in a most unusual session. I haven't explored the rest of the extras as much, but it has deleted scenes, NUON features, a behind the scenes featurette, trailer, profiles on the characters, and more. Sorry I can't be more specific, but if you want to know about a certain extra, just let me know. In any event, just wanted to let everyone know that MGM has delivered the good on both discs here, so if you're interested, don't miss out.