Paramount has once again altered the artwork for a dvd cover. This time it's "Star Trek: TMP". At first glance, it looks identical to the original art. Something about it was bugging me, so I compared it to my framed original one-sheet poster. The original PAINTINGS of the three characters' faces have been replaced with PHOTOGRAPHS of the actors. Even the image of the Enterprise has been altered. While seemingly not a major change, why did they bother? It reminds me of the "Star Wars: Ep. 1" dvd that Fox changed the painting of the characters to photos. Do the studios feel that consumers must see a PHOTO of the actors in order to recognize the product? It's such a shame to lose the original artwork. Most of the pre-1990's films had such beautiful artwork, so it's sad to see so many studios changing them for dvd.