At some point in the future DVD makers will realize that an interactive menu isn't exactly a "special feature" and they'll stop labelling it as such. Or is it? Interactive as compared to what, a non-interactive menu? Are there DVD's out there without interactive menus? Just a menu you look at that you can't interact with whatsover. What would be the point and would it still be considered a menu as opposed to a graphic? Or what about chapters/scene selection options being heralded as a special feature. I thought these things help make a DVD what a DVD is. Isn't it a bit like saying that a special feature of your car is that it comes with tires? I realize that sometimes they try to pad the cover or back covers of DVD's with these fundamental claims because they simply don't have any real special features, but isn't that gag a bit old now? Has anyone seen any other "special features" that aren't special?