Great if true but I too was concerned about this because the play website lists a lot of these as one disc rather than two leading me to believe we weren't getting the extras in R2. Maybe they've changed their listings since I last looked. This however is the most comprehensive information about the R2s I've seen so I think its likely to be true. This looks like a pretty official press release and these (on the basis of a quick scan)look great,its going to be an expensive 22nd September pity though that you have to buy one of the boxsets in order to own Richard Schickel's documentary. This is hardly very user friendly if you already have some of the titles in their Image incarnations and see no reason to upgrade. Actually I've got City Lights and Modern Times and these are (surprise,surprise!) in separate boxes. While A Woman of Paris and A King of New York aren't essential Chaplin I still thought these would be available separately rather than just as part of a boxset. Is this a disturbing trend we're seeing what with the packaging of the original Scarface and both Dr Jekyll and Mr Hydes on one disc ? Also no sign of Carl Davis' re-recorded soundtrack for City Lights or the First National shorts some of which have never been released even on VHS in the UK. Generally though if this is what we'll get on Sept 22nd I'm quite pleased. At last it looks like we're getting fully-featured DVDs before our friends across the pond. The extras for The Kid look particularly good. Not sure how I'll handle my purchases here, I suppose it depends how cheap you can get these for : the RRP of £22.99 each seems a bit steep. I think I saw the 10 disc set at play.com for £104.99 which isn't bad when five of the discs bought individually (the ones I was considering are The Kid, The Gold Rush, The Great Dictator, Monsieur Verdoux and Limelight) will likely cost about that or maybe even more on the high street.