Why has so many DVD releases of late had items for use on a DVD-ROM only? Yet due to the work of many 'Easter Egg' hunters many of these features can be found and played back on a set-top DVD player. Does it really cost that much more to add the needed menu links to these features for play back on a set-top box?? I can understand games, BUT interviews, out takes, scripts, and still images that can be accessed using TRACK & CHAPTER searches. Example of my RANT is the new Swordfish DVD, which has close to 20 features which could of easily been view on a set-top box, if menus had been added. Its one thing to hid features in the form of 'Easter Eggs' buts its another to limit access to easily viewed items to DVD-ROM computer set-up only. Done ranting..