My question is why aren't more studios putting a bit more effort in and releasing discs with both OAR and P&S (or P&S on the fly) options? Everybody wins!!! What bothered me about the recent interview Bill Hunt did with Chris Carey from Disney was this quote by Chris about putting OAR and P&S on a single DVD-9 disc: "Yes, it has been done before. And I'd do it when we can. But, generally speaking on a DVD-9, if you put two versions of a movie on - meaning you're talking about three hours of programming - you're really compromising the quality. The MPEG-2 compression levels that you have to drop down to to get that much run time on a movie is really questionable. I've sometimes made recommendations on a title against including both versions for that very reason." So...Chris is making a point about the quality of the DVD...yet ignores OAR as part of a quality viewing experience? My feeling is that in the above statement Chris is talking about recommending against P&S for more 'critical' films like 'Pearl Harbor.' Can you imagine compression quality being a heavy factor for a FAMILY title (like Snow Dogs) and OAR isnt't??? Something is fishy. I just rented 'The One' with Jet Li and it has both OAR and P&S. I thought the picture quality was great. I have TWO children's titles with OAR/P&S options - 'Rugrats' movie (not 16x9) and 'Barbie: Sugarplum Princess' (both highly recommended.) I really can find no reason why studios do not put both formats on a DVD-9 disc. It's been done with success before. Me thinks laziness and saving a few $$$ is the root cause. And that attitude is angering many stout supporters of the DVD format.