As I suspected, Columbia Tristar's 2-disc release of Punch Drunk Love is a complete con! The disc, (which is identified as a Superbit title only by a sticker on the sleeve and by the disc's embedded ID, as if Columbia is suddenly ashamed of the monster they've unleashed), is split across two discs, yet the combined file sizes of the two discs come to less than 8Gb, well within the capability of a single DVD-9. So, Columbia, why two discs? Why, if the disc is a Superbit title, isn't ALL the available disc space used for film (only 6Gb is used, and the bitrate averages at 7.58Mb/s)? Wouldn't the film have been improved at all by using the extra three gigabytes? Plenty of space there for a full-bitrate DTS track! Perhaps the Superbit range isn't so dedicated to optimising picture and audio quality as you've led us to believe? Alternatively, why didn't you simply move the bonus features onto the first disc, and - here's the rub - pass the savings on to your customers?! Well, this griping is all a little tongue-in-cheek, of course, but it does seem like a waste of resources. (Those of you unable to notice the sarcastic tone of this post should note that I have no qualms with the transfer, or with the excellent DTS audio track). Perhaps Columbia should have spent the money they'd have saved on marketing this exquisite movie to a wider audience?