I'm appreciate of Bill writing that post, but it sure seemed like a whole lot of words to basically say "Everything you wanted? Nope!" So yeah, I'll get TAS on BD because I'll buy any Trek show on BD, and I'll probably get TWOK, but it's already the best looking of the current discs, so I wasn't really looking for an upgrade on that front. I also take some issue with Bill saying that "The Compendium" release fixed everything wrong with the solo "Star Trek Into Darkness". At the risk of sounding like a broken record, "Star Trek Into Darkness" had a theatrical OAR switching between 2.35:1 and IMAX ratio in 3D, and the Compendium disc, while preserving the aspect ratio jumps, discards the 3D version altogether. This movie was not released commercially in IMAX 2D, so the version on the disc does not correspond to how anyone was seeing it theatrically in May 2013. The 3D IMAX version exists in a digital form thanks to the IMAX DCP, and there's no reason that it couldn't have been presented on disc. In fact, that's exactly what Paramount did for their release of "Transformers: Age Of Extinction". I just want to see the movie the way I saw it in theaters, and as of this writing, it is still impossible for me to do that with STID. But that isn't a new argument. To be honest, I feel a little baited and switched by Bill's article. I'm not out any money or anything, but here's the thing. Yesterday, before his teaser post, I had no hope that Paramount would do anything with Trek, except for possibly issuing The Animated Series on Blu because the master already existed, and perhaps a new master of TWOK for UHD. Then I read his teaser, and with his writing about knowing what Trek fans want and his connections with Paramount, I went to bed with some hope that I'd be surprised. And here we are, getting and not getting exactly what I figured we would get and not get in the first place. I wish I hadn't had 12 hours of hope. It doesn't really seem that any of this is news to be excited about, and if it were me blogging about it, I probably wouldn't have teased it like something awesome was gonna happen. But obviously this is minor in terms of real world problems. Just more frustration from Paramount regarding Trek, shocker.