My Top Ten? Just a long list - biased toward technical elements which "expand" on blu ray (i.e. Scope & stereo) for a large format home cinema - I am lucky to have a Cinemascope screen. (2.40). At the outset we are all grateful to WA for many amazing DVD releases (including many second feature noirs) and extraordinary Blu Rays (from GWTW, Oz to West Was Won, Quo Vadis, and the many musicals including "B's" like Deep in Heart & Hit the Deck). My list is not really one of favorites but rather a list of "logical" OPTIONS based on critical success &/or at box office. The most obvious three, I have no doubt, await technical options to be resolved RAINTREE, RYAN, SOCIETY then Interrupted Melody*, Student Prince, Love Me or Leave Me, Rose Marie (*award winning scope/color musicals) Annie Get Your Gun, Great Caruso, & Showboat (4:3 musicals) & Million Dollar Mermaid, Neptune's Daughter Scaramouche, King Solomon's Mines, Ivanhoe, Mogambo, Long Long Trailer & Cinemascope Stereo - Knights Round Table (1st MGM scope) Quentin Durward, Cimarron. Then Blackboard Jungle, Something of Value, Escape Fort Bravo (stereo), Somebody Up There likes Me, Friendly Persuasion, - all largely successful "star" films And old " out of style " classics that are far better (i.e. more successful box office & awards) options than many "old" blu rays available from 2nd tier labels - Maytime, Blossoms in the Dust, Gaslight, Great Waltz, Random Harvest, Waterloo Bridge, Boom Town, Bad & Beautiful, For Me and my Gal, Great Ziegfeld, Captain's Courageous, Camille, Escape, Mortal Storm, Valley of Decision - "MGM quality" star box office hits . Those who anxiously wait The Cyclops will laugh at these titles which research must show have no appeal to the buyers of today. But then - I have every movie I want on DVD and have to be satisfied with that!! Thanks Warner Archive for your generosity!!