I just discovered an audio commentary by Bill Condon as part of the Vudu Extras on the digital copy of Beauty and the Beast. Unless it's hidden as an Easter egg in the menus, this is not on the disc anywhere. Why do studios continue to devalue physical media in this way? I am so upset about this. As we have seen recently with the "clean versions" added by Sony to the digital copies of their films, the studios have the power to add additional content digitally at any time. And if they have the power to add content, you'd better believe they have the power to remove it, too. You don't truly own it unless you can actually physically hold the disc on which it is permanently housed. Also, putting all the bonus features in one place is the best way to maximize sales. I mean, technically I got the digital copy because I bought the Blu-ray, so it's still accessible to me, but...man, this is screwed up. I don't even have any words to explain how screwed up I think this is and why I'm so mad about it. They probably will not do this, but I think Disney should issue replacement discs to anyone who wants one that include the commentary on the physical disc, as they would if there were a defect in the movie presentation. If anybody at Disney reads this forum, HEAR THIS. I buy physical media because I want to have the best edition of the film, with all the assembled bonus features, in my collection forever. Period. I know Disney has done this from time-to-time with a featurette or two. I don't like that either. But something as substantial as an audio commentary? That seems to be a new low. It's a shame that the studios do not seem to respect us as customers. It's not a surprise, but it is shame.