What's the answer? Numerous times on this site, people are bragging that widescreen DVD's are outselling their pan and scan counterparts, if both are available...even family titles. If this is true, why are there any pan-and-scan-ONLY releases of films made in widescreen? Studios are simply not stupid when it comes to the bottom line. If they thought they'd make more money releasing only the widescreen version instead of only the pan and scan one, wouldn't they make the right choice? I assume they are savvy about their own sales and make these comparisons. I wonder if the sales specs touted here are accurate. There are still an awful lot of uneducated, "fill-the-screen" dolts out there. Might it all be wishful thinking?