I've only got the City Lights and Modern Times' Images but all the same I'm glad I've got them. It will interesting to see what the PAL versions are like and pray we here in the UK get all the extras. The blurring might disappear and it seams more prevalent in The Great Dictator than in Modern Times. I know pausing an image intensifies it but that shot of Chaplin and Billy Gilbert looks absolutely awful. More worrying though as the reviewer indicates is this same weird boosting of the contrast reducing the detail in Paulette Goddard's hair (in Modern Times) and now also in Charlie's coat in the plane and there is also slightly less image in the Warner version. I think I can probably live with that as long as we get all the extras. September 22nd or soon after is going to be an expensive time for me what with all the Chaplins making their UK Region 2 bow then. I think I'm sure to purchase The Gold Rush and The Great Dictator more than likely also The Kid, Monsieur Verdoux and Limelight. Not too bothered about the rest but I believe you need to buy them all to get Richard Schickel's new documentary. Sorry no sale.