Do you think all Queen DVDs should be released in their OAR (original aspect ratio) as they were always intended or is matting them for widescreen ok with you? I personally feel that Queen are "dropping the ball" by cropping their DVDs for widescreen (and for no obvious reason.) The majority of their music videos and concerts were filmed for a 1.33:1 ratio (call it "full screen" if you must) and ruining their composition just so it'll fit a 16:9 widescreen TV set seems ridiculous to the extreme. It's widescreen for widescreen sake and it doesn't make a damn bit of sense. Feature films, TV shows, and music videos were all directed by *somebody*, and that person carefully framed every shot to fit a certain aspect ratio, be it 1:33, 1:85 or 2:35. Whatever the artistic choice made, it deserves to be presented exactly that way and in no other form. Brian May's recent comments regarding this very issue seem to indicate neither he nor anyone else at Queen Productions has a firm grasp of the OAR concept. Brian seems to feel that those who advocate OAR are in the minority (and such an opinion is incorrect. Simply take a look at the top 10 DVD sales chart of any given week and you'll see widescreen outselling full screen easily. Of course those DVDs relate to feature films and by those being in widescreen, they *are* OAR.) More and more, people are appreciating OAR and why material should be shown that way. If people don't want a widescreen movie to be chopped up for the awful "pan & scan" format, then by the same token, people don't want full screen material matted for widescreen. It just wasn't meant to be seen that way. Therefore, I've started a new poll asking fans if they feel that ALL of Queen's DVDs should be shown in their OAR. Here's the link; http://members.tripod.com/~evilbaby/Queenpoll.html Please take a moment to vote, tell others to do the same and if you run a Queen web site, please link to the poll page. Thank you.