In many ways, this film is far more deserving of a guns-blazing 2-disc set than Citizen Kane was, because there's so much more explaining and documentation that has to be done with The Magnificent Ambersons (which I am still convinced would have been the greatest film ever made had it survived intact). I recently broke down and ordered the French SE from Amazon.fr (pretty good, according to here) as well as Robert Carringer's massive book that attempts a reconstruction and explanation of what happened to the film, through the full script, storyboards, photos, documents and other things. I'm eagerly awaiting both. I would love to see it get a full special edition, just like Citizen Kane, and as soon as possible. Even in it's butchered state, it's clearly head-and-shoulders above practically anything Hollywood has ever done.