Which Studio brings us the best DVD's? Tell which ones you like the best and why. Also then tell us which ones you don't like and why. this is totally my opinion of the DVD's I own at home. Universal-Great DVD's. Most of the time comes with DTS and DD. Has great menus and nice features. Seems like always a choice of WS or PS (I never buy pan and scammed). Some of the older DVD's like Casino are lacking though. New line: The old new line crappy-snappy DVD's were only decent, but it seems they are now moving towards providing the better cases, DD-EX and DTS-ES, the infini films have great features. The "new" new line looks much better. Columbia/Tristar: first releases are pretty good, then later on come out with great SE's, then superbits (Do we really have to buy 2 copies of these movies?). But even the first releases have nice features and are wide screen. Paramount: OK DVD's. Where is my SE DTS-ES braveheart...no where to be found. Some of the movies are not done well at all. Dreamworks: Probably the best, at least in my collection. All my dreamworks (I think, i'm not near my collection) have DTS and DD. They also have widescreen and fullscreen (not that anyone wants FS anyway!) and have great menus and features. Fox: Good DVD's also on first release, but in no way compare to the Five Star collections, dislike the previews though. Warner Bros: the ONLY DVD's I frown on every time I buy them. Crappy-snappy cases are garbage. Over the years the cardboard gets worn and looks like trash. Why have these horrible cases anyway, they don't allow 2 disc sets and they are not even the same size as the rest of the DVD's. NO SE's that I can think of, NO DTS that I can think of. I could be wrong here and if I am, please please point me towards these SE's. They always come with just a few features. Warner Bros has such great movies, why not make better DVD's. The matrix for example, if you made a SE DTS version of this everyone would buy it, but instead you make a matrix revisited, so we have to buy it for all the features. Why not just make a 2 disc set, one disc with the movie (with DTS) and the next disc with all the features. WB definitely needs to do something about these DVD's they make. I've got a huge collection of just mediocre DVD's from WB, I guess they know that we will continue to buy them regardless of the quality.