I was thinking that the term "Full Screen" is sort of confusing. In regards to the term, it seems to indicate that with this version you get more. Full to some may indicate larger, bigger or more. Where as the term "Widescreen" may indicate to some that you need one of the new "Widescreen" TV's to view this, because the picture is wide and won't fit on their TV's. Remember that there are alot of people out there that simply don't understand the difference between full screen or widescreen. Or that some do, but are resistant to change or still prefers the butchered version. But what would you change "Full Screen" to? Cropped Version? Pan And Scan Version? And it would be nice, that when studios offer two versions of the same movie on disc. One in Widescreen and the other in pan and scan, that on the back of each they would simple show a picture of a scene from the movie in it's OAR and with the pan and scan version show color bars to show what the viewer will be missing. Like what MGM did early with their dual version releases, in the booklet.