I just received a copy of this from an online retailer whose description states it is an anamorphic widescreen transfer. Their description also shows the cover art from the 2003 release, but the disc I received is the "new" cover art (actually a reissue of the aborted 1999 release, I think). The disc is also a flipper, I believe, with the P&S version on one side and the widescreen on the other. I think this edition was just released. The package description calls it "letterbox", however, and "enhanced for widescreen TVs". Is this WarnerBros jargon for "anamorphic"? I am confused because letterbox is typically used to mean something else. I have not opened the package yet because if this is a different transfer than the 2003 release I will start looking for a used copy. Can anyone shed some light on this? Why the heck do these companies keep re-releasing the same titles with slight variations? Perhaps there were enough requests from people who wanted "the whole screen filled up", hence the P&S version. I would prefer a disc without P&S since I'll never watch it, but as long as the other is the best transfer available I'll keep this disc. Thanks for the help.