I have the original 1998 flipper edition of Sleuth. It has several oddities. I'm not sure how a 139 min movie with a single mono audio track, an unimpressive transfer and zilch for special features takes a flipper, even without dual layer disks available. Also, the framing appears to be wrong. This movie is presented in an aspect ratio of 1.66:1. In the opening credits, many of the credits seem to go off the left or right side of the screen. Was a 1.85 film cut down to 1.66? If so, why would anyone do this? This angers both the full and widescreen camps. It appears this movie got a 2nd DVD release at sme point. Is the framing problem fixed? Are the any other reasons to trade up to the new one?