Several additional thoughts in regard to the newest high profile releases from Miramax and Disney... Cop Land is a terrific entertainment with an ensemble cast that interelates to perfection. Mr. Stallone playing against type and Mr. DeNiro taking a back seat to the rest of the cast are merely the icing on the cake. The presentation, which looks fine on monitors in the 40" arena, shows jagged digital lines on larger screens, where there should be none. ____ Kill Bill Vol. 2 doesn't need any praise from these quarters. Tarentino is a major talent, and the Kill Bills only prove that once again. The presentation betters that of Vol. 1, with only slight EE, there is nothing to complain about here, and much to praise. Both the DVD and the film come highly recommended. ________ Hidalgo, from Disney is another terrific piece of entertainment, beautifully cast, acted and photograhed. Again, as with Cop Land, Hidalgo looked fine on a 40" screen, but went into slight digital distress when projected on a large screen. Interestingly, it had some of the lowest transfer rates, some into the low 5s. This entire discussion of the Miramax / Disney transfers is, as I've previously mentioned, a veritable "storm in a teacup" for those who don't view their DVDs on larger screens. None of the films mentioned above fall into the category of what I would consider problematic, with Kill Bill Vol 2 a no-problem release. None have problems mentioned in regard to Cold Mountain or English Patient.