I had a marvelously entertaining time with CHICAGO this evening. The color intensity on many of the musical numbers (particularly "When You're Good to Mama," "Cell Block Tango," and "Razzle Dazzle") was intensely saturated without a hint of noise on my display. Yes, I saw the grain mentioned in some previous posts, but I also remember its being there in the theater. In contrast to those mind-blowing musical numbers, the non-musical scenes seemed drabber than ever in comparison. I didn't have time to check out any of the bonuses on the disc. I did switch audio back a forth during the "Hot Honey Rag" (which I watched about four times) and found both English sound designs awesome. I think the lossless really astounded me the most in Zellweger's solo section of "Nowadays" as the orchestra swelled around me as her vocal built in emotion. Amazing sound.