DVDFile has announced that Kermit's Swamp Years, a direct to video/DVD release from Columbia, will be provided in 1.78 anamorphically enhanced widescreen. If Columbia - by no means OAR saints - can provide 1.78 16x9 on a Direct to Video release which may well be perfectly acceptable in 1.33 (if framed as such), why can't Disney provide Muppet Treasure Island and Muppet Christmas Carol in anamorphic widescreen? It irritates me that I'll have every Columbia and Time Life Muppet offering, including a direct to video release, but I'll have a gaping hole that Disney could have filled in had they only provided an OAR option. I'm terribly dissapointed. Of course I'm an adult with no children, so why should they expect me to have an interest in these films? . Seems Columbia does.