I am in the process of making a new history of DVD website, and I have a few questions related to the state of our beloved hobby back in the early days. I didnt get my first player til Spring 2000, so if any of the early adopters could help me out, I'd appreciate it. Here goes: 1. Warner and Columbia were the first two major studios to support DVD back in March 97, is this correct? 2. Which studios originally supported Divx, but not DVD? 3. Universal released their first DVD titles at the end of 1997, is this correct? 4. When did Paramount, Fox, MGM, and Buena Vista (all the Disney companies) first announce support for DVD. 5. When did the first titles come out with anamorphic enhancement from Paramount, Fox, MGM, and Buena Vista? 6. Which studio released the first "fully loaded" SE? 7. When did movies on DVD-9s start showing up? 8. When did Universal start releasing their Collector's Series discs? 9. When did Artisan and Anchor Bay start releasing titles? 10. Universal was the first studio to support DTS tracks on DVD, is this correct? 11. When did Fox and Buena Vista start releasing movies with DTS soundtracks? Uuuh, I know thats a lot of ask, but if someone has the answers to even one, feel free to reply.