I absolutely hate posting this here, but this latest decision (this time by Columbia-Tristar) to completely ignore all logic and the wishes of the directors and a sizable portion of the DVD buying public has made me really think that this could be it. I know that HDTV is supposed to be the future, and the future is widescreen (so they say), but with decisions like this, coupled with the absolute REFUSAL of the studios to educate the public, I don't know how much more we can do. Also, it would help if the widescreen sets came down considerably in price. Until all of these things happen, then I really don't know if our concerns will be listened to at all. I'm all for making money, but it seems like this is all the studios care about--artistic vision and consumers' wishes be damned.