I sold my old WHAM! import DVD of the great Terrence Hill/Henry Fonda western My Name is Nobody a couple of months ago in anticipation of the new U.S. release of the film by Image Entertainment. Yesterday I finally got around to watching the new DVD. It is, unfortunately, TOTAL CRAP. The WHAM! release was terrible. The "master" appeared to be an old VHS tape, the compression work was atrocious, and it was non-anamorphic. I assumed (wrongly it turns out) that Image would at least give this fantastic film an acceptable transfer. Instead it looks like they simply ported over the existing WHAM! transfer and gave it anamorphic enhancement. It's EASILY the worst looking DVD in my 400+ disc collection. It has all of the problems that the WHAM! transfer had - mosquito noise, MPEG blocking, aliasing, shimmering, terrible color balance, faulty framing, etc. In addition it's incorrectly flagged as VIDEO rather than film, which only adds to the absolutely unacceptable image quality of this disc. There are no extras and no sound options; all you've got are chapter stops. So, in my opinion unless you absolutely cannot live without having My Name is Nobody on DVD you should give this one a wide berth. Image Enterntainment TOTALLY dropped the ball on this release and what a major disappointment it is. I've seen much better transfers on $5 public domain titles. Perhaps one day this great film will get the treatment it deserves, but this certainly isn't it. Way to go Image.