We all love the extras included on special editions, but with all the titles yet to be released on DVD, I hate to think we are impeding or preventing their release. With the resources spent on SE disks perhaps a studio could have released four of five barebones catalog titles. Is public demand for extras, restoration, remastering, etc. a boon or a bane to cinephiles? With a new HD format looming in a few years, it won't be long before studios face another round of reissues. If format changes keep accelerating a dwindling number of "core" classics will be the only titles that will see light of day in each format. My question is should studios release ALL their titles, no matter what condition they're in, or should they focus their time and energy on presenting their best titles in the best possible condition? Are the two, in fact, mutually exclusive? I worry that VHS will forever remain the only format for many unsung obscurities.