I did a search and I couldn't find a dedicated thread so away we go! We know the following: The Bits (3/5/08): Our own industry sources have recently hinted that several of the previous feature films are currently receiving brand new high-def transfers and a good digital scrubbing to prepare them for future Blu-ray release. Same article, courtesy of Trek writer David Gerrold: "Tim King Productions invited me down to the Paramount lot to be interviewed for a documentary. Paramount is planning to rerelease all ten Star Trek movies on DVD with a bonus disc of extra material, including an interview with folks who were in the crowd scene in Star Trek: The Motion Picture.[...]" I was on a Trek blog which had a link to another website which had a link to the page of Stephen Wolcott, writer/producer of many Trek documentaries over the years, including the DVD releases. This was listed in the "recent work" section: -STAR TREK FILM COLLECTION - DVD Bonus Features for the complete Star Trek Film Collection. Includes exclusive interview with writer/director Nicholas Meyer, interactive features (in production). -THE STAR TREK SUMMIT - A multi-camera Roundtable event filmed on HD in New York, featuring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, Patrick Stewart, Jonathan Frakes, hosted by Whoopi Goldberg. And on Tim King's website, there's a listing for the following in the "in production" section: -“Star Trek” Movies Special Bonus Features DVD October 2008 (obviously the October date is now erroneous) Next year, we're getting a new Trek movie and it's also the 30th anniversary of Star Trek: The Motion Picture. I just hope Paramount upgrades the Director's Edition FX to 1080p since they were not done that way originally, IIRC. And it would be great if some of the other "gaps" are filled in along the way, including a commentary on Insurrection, the trailers for Generations, etc.