You know, I love DVD PROFILER. It is a great piece of software that has permitted me to effortlessly catalog my entire DVD library. This topic may have been discussed before -- I don't usually look in on the DVD PROFILER threads that get posted here -- but I noticed something VERY disturbing today. First off, I think it's great that people actually contribute to the DVD database. Normally, people simply copy the OVERVIEW description of the DVD off the back of the box. That's the way it should be. But I noticed a disturbing trend when I told DVD PROFILER to update my current IMAGES and PROFILES.... The title was Staying Alive, the sequel to Saturday Night Fever. Instead of a user just copying the data off of the back of the DVD box, he decided to upload this crap.... Now why on earth are we being subjected to badly written opinions on a film rather than just the overview? Is this a trend with DVD PROFILER now? Are you guys noticing that basic descriptions of the films are being sabotaged by youngsters (or otherwise) that want to write their own opinions? Would love to hear your feedback on this.