The thing is I don't buy a DVD for the supplements. I buy them because I want to view the film represented on the DVD. Which means I want an high quality anamorphic video transfer and the highest bit rate possible for picture and sound. If that means no supplements, then so be it. I usually don't even bother with the supplements. I think it would be a terrific idea if they released both versions at once and keep both camps happy on this issue. If I want the supplements then I'll buy the special features version or both (the studios will love that). I'd love to be an executive at Universal or Warners making these decisions. (Hey Warners, give me a call, I'm serious!! I have a great idea for a new Pee Wee Herman film.) I understand the economics of their decision regarding supplements. If it's marketed correctly, I can see them making a pretty good profit from both superbit and it's supplements laden brother. Tell me what you think.