Living in Canada, I find myself more and more frustrated with the recent trend of having only bilingual cover art included on most DVDs. Alliance and Paramount are the biggest supporters of this, including both French and English titles and plot descriptions on their DVD packaging. I realize that we are a bilingual nation, but the cover art, as a result, is unattractive and frustrating. Is there any way that these bilingual covers could be changed in the following ways: 1.) Eliminated all together 2.) Made only available in Quebec, with the rest of the provinces receiving only the English packaging. 3.) Provide English packaging on the front, and French on the flipside, with a sticker on the shrink wrap stating so. Call it a nitpick, but I know many people who dislike this type of packaging, and I really wish Paramount at least would return to their old ways of releasing the same packaging all over North America. Here is a comparison of front cover packaging between Canada and the USA: The back art is worse because the synopsis and features listing is split into both French and English. Now I don't want this to come off as an anti-French thread. I am bilingual and can speak and comprehend both languages very well, but I would prefer to have one or the other, not both. So please Paramount/Alliance, can you please change your packaging ways and stop including the unappealing French translations on the DVD artwork.