I have been with this forum a week now and absolutely love it. Sorry I mis-spelled Rodgers on the post title, don't know how to change it. I am wondering if there are many people out there who would like to see special editions of the Rodgers and Hammerstein movies? These films are so well known. Every day across America there are 100 productions of their work (live theatre), yet it seems Fox doesn't pay much attention to the titles (CAROUSEL, KING AND I, OKLAHOMA, SOUTH PACIFIC). Even the remake of State Fair (which was Cinemascope). The transfers already available are great, but there is no enhancement for widescreen, and absolutely no extras (King has only a few). The laserdisc of KING AND I had more extras than the dvd does. There are 15 minute shorts on each of these films made during release, and I am sure some wonderful commentaries and extras could be had, including music only tracks...what a dream!! Fox, if you read this, please do something special with these films, they are among the most grand of films in your library. Also, one would never object to a 40th anniversary release of SOUND OF MUSIC for 2005. There are programs that show the cast reunited that have aired, Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer could do a 2nd commentary, they could show footage of the film winning Best Picture and Director, footage taken in L.A. at the 25th anniversary, show some excerpts from the touring SING A LONG SOUND OF MUSIC,and much more I am sure. How about a package that looks like the Swiss Alps? I would pay a good price for a box set, and God willing, it would finally have DTS. I am not complaing about the current set, it's loaded, but for the 40th, it would be nice This is by a large margin my all time favorite film. With Fox releasing so many High Definition video cassettes, I am really shocked this wasn't released yet, that's the day I will buy a JVC player. Also a note to Universal, who owns the rights to the only unreleased R&H musical, FLOWER DRUM SONG....."we're impatiently waiting."