I really wish studios were better at preserving the original logos for films, as much as possible. I understand that films can sometimes change distributors (i.e. The Shawshank Redemption going from Columbia Pictures to Warner Bros. and Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory going from Paramount to Warner Bros.) but I don't know why most vintage logos aren't kept. The Ultimate Edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone has even been altered (making me feel older than I should!) It used to have the WB shield logo with the AOL/Time Warner byline. It has been changed to the new WB shield logo with TimeWarner in a new font. Why can't they put the newer logo first, followed by the vintage one? Disney was getting better about this, then took a step back by not reinstating Bambi's original RKO logo (which was seen in the 1990s on the restored vhs an ld.) I consider Blu Ray to be an archival format from a fan's standpoint. And I want to have definitive copies (as much as possible.) This history changing puts a bad taste in my mouth, and while it doesn't completely destroy the experience, it does cause me to cringe slightly.