Last night I decided to do a complete side by side comparison between the LD and DVD versions of EFNY and I found something rather disturbing...well perhaps that is overstatement but it is disconcerting...anyway I found that the main title music on the DVD actually has missing and/or muffled music cues. You don't have to own the LD to hear this, just switch between the French track and the remixed 5.1 track on the DVD, the difference is obvious...as for the rest of the film soundtrack (at least when compared to the LD) it seems to be pretty much on track..so to speak, although IMO the 1994 LD's PCM tracks had much more punch in the gunshot's (that Jason Perez had such problems with in his now archived review) as well as better directionality and general sharpness in the higher frequencies(...well that's the way it goes with PCM vs. DD I guess). This music issue probably won't mean much to the casual viewer but as a fan of the film's music I was very disappointed. As far as the image goes..well, the DVD is obviously superior in sharpness but I noticed that the new transfer seemed to have something of a green hue to it, especially noticeable during the orientation scene early in the film as Snake is being led down the hallway ("..No talking, no Smoking, follow the orange line to the processing area.."), the LD doesn't have this green hue as the hallway in that transfer is quite white and antiseptic looking (intended I'm sure), MGM is to be commended for their effort but this isn't the first time I have noticed a Colour Correction discrepancy when comparing their transfers to other studios (Silence Of The Lambs anyone?). Speaking of the LD, in regards to "Reel 1", has anyone else (who has seen it) noticed that the clips of the deleted bank heist from the 1994 Image LD are MUCH sharper than the print used on the DVD? Odd. Also, as has been mentioned before, why the hell did MGM put this two disc set out on two DVD-5's? Soaking us fans for some extra bucks? Hell, if The Howling gets a nice dual layer side of a DVD-14 for it's presentation why not a cult fave like EFNY? I'm not really trying to bash MGM here as I still think they have made a tremendous turnaround in quality in the last few years but I think some of these things should be pointed out nonetheless. Any pro or con opinions on any of these observations? Edited for correct DVD class.