I've always been a big fan of Disney's 1998 remake of "The Parent Trap," and one of my biggest DVD disappoinments is the mediocre treatment the film got when it was released on disc. A non-anamorphic transfer, and no supplemental material besides a trailer, while the laserdisc version included a commentary track, deleted scene, and screen test. Naturally, it's long been a wish of mine that Disney would revisit the film in a nice Special Edition. I've heard no word of it, but while at Best Buy yesterday, I noticed that the DVD they had there differed from mine — there was no large (UGLY) purple "widescreen" banner across the front of the box (Disney stopped using them some time ago, though they still grace the spine of some discs). Looking at the back of the box, it apparently contains a 1.66:1 ANAMORPHIC transfer (I think the old version was framed at 1.85:1 or so) — but still, no special features were listed besides the trailer. When did this new disc come out? How does the transfer compare to that on the old disc? Is there anything else new on the disc? Why the heck would Disney RErelease a movie on DVD and STILL leave it barebones when the supplemental material ALREADY EXISTS? Does it contain "forced trailers" before the feature? (I've always been thankful that the original DVD release occurred before Disney started this practice) Also, the old disc had a minor glitch with some players where the sound would drop out for a few seconds towards the beginning of the movie, right at the start of Chapter 2. Am I to assume that any such issues have been worked out?