I've Finally come to the realization that regardless of how much us HT Enthusiasts Bitch, Gripe, Moan or Complain regarding studios and releasing MAR DVD's they are going to do what they want, and what they believe is going to yield them the most profit. Those decisions are based on whatever voodoo Focus Groups that they employ. Well being that I'm a Widescreen TV owner, I too Can make decisions. I can decide that I will not purchase films that are not in their OAR. Period. I'm not going to cry if somewhere down the line my favorite classic film is in MAR. I'm not going to complain if the newest Blockbuster comes out P&S only. I'm just going to silently not spend my money. Hopefully that will speak louder than any protests I could make. And hopefully if other WS Tv owners do the same, that will send an even louder Message. In the Grand scheme of things we are in the minority. It might not even bother the studios to lose our $$$. But I have certainly other avenues to spend my Money on. I'm a DJ and the music Industry can certainly take my cash. I Own an Xbox so If I can not watch above P&S Blockbuster, I'll buy a new Game to play. Or Imagine this I Actually save the money and not spend it. I hope others will come to see this as the only method of speaking to the studios. I Have also changed my stance on including the P&S on the same disk as a Widescreen version. I used to be all for that seeing it as a way that the HT Enthusiasts and the JSP's could coincide in peace. Well Forget that. If the studios do not care about us and the JSP's would be happy if everything was in P&S, why so I settle for Reduced Bit Rates. So Please Studio's Keep them Seperate releases coming. Finally Some may say well I won't buy the disk but I'll rent it. DON'T DO IT ! Do not give the studios any of your Hard Earned cash for MAR Releases. Wait a few months for the inevitable Cable showing. Heck at least there getting P&S forced down your throat isn't a nasty to the wallet. So to all the studio that Support OAR, Dual Releases I say thanks and Keep up the great job. To any studio that decides Family Films or Older classics don't need an OAR Release, or decides to MAR a Blockbuster, with no OAR Release, I say, Oh well, life is too short, and Money is better spent ELSEWHERE.