I know this might not be appropriate for the TV section, maybe it belongs in the film section. I happen to catch a new Ford Mustang commerical tonight during CSI; Miami promoting the new 2005 Ford Mustang. The only reason I bring it up is the way they use the image of Steve McQueen taken from scenes of the 1968 film, Bullitt. Two of my favorites, Mustang cars and the film Bullitt. I thought they did a very decent job of extracting the moving images of McQueen from the film and insert them in modern footage of him getting in the car, and driving it. The quick editing and the use of the right shots worked out great. Though I understand why they used a Silver Mustang, I would have painted it Highland Green to match the 1968 Mustang from the film. Thought it was way better then that episode of CSI. Perhaps purists would object, or some may find it distasteful to manipulate images of actors from classic films in a product commercial. I thought it was done well and wasn't disrespectful and likely something that won't stop. IIRC, Ford did a similar thing with the McQueen/Bullitt images for one of their European cars a few years ago. Ford likely paid dearly for the rights to use the footage for this new Mustang commercial.