I think the release of the Star Wars original trilogy (flawed as it was) marked the end of a shaky but charming time for many DVD enthusiasts and movie lovers. For a time, it really seemed a lot ot titles were never being released. I remember reading about all the problems, legal and otherwise, blocking the release of titles such as Back to the Future, Saturday Night Fever, Koyaanisqatsi, ET, Once upon a Time in America, the Indiana Jones trilogy, Northern Exposure, Red Dwarf, Millennium... The list is endless. Indeed, many of them were often labeled as 'not gonna happen.' I remember frantically checking myriad DVD sites daily for announcements and rumours. Now, it's settled into a more 'normal' stage. Yes, there are still titles missing (such as Branagh's Hamlet or Blade Runner theatrical cut), as well as new titles, and rereleases (I was pleasantly surprised by the Rumble Fish SE) but the thrill is more or less gone. What now? Do it all over again with hi-def DVD? Insanely expand my collection? Or just watch some movies?