I'm sure there has been a thread similar to this, but the search function was disabled, so I was unable to check. Let me just say that, IMHO, The Thin Red Line is the best film of the 1990s, and one of my favorites of all time. However, the film is not getting the treatment it deserves in the US: A Thin Red Line Collector's Box Set is slated to be released in the UK soon. The box includes the DVD, soundtrack, a production book, and a pencil sketch print of the cast (which is quite nice). Here is one on eBay: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...&category=4365 Considering this release, is a US special edition far behind? Mr. Staddon, will we ever see an SE of this wonderful film? How about a Five-Star edition, including multiple versions of Malick's masterwork (several cuts are in existence)? Granted, the current DVD features amazing audio/video, and I'm happy to own it in any form. However, it is quite barebones--not even the superb trailer is included! I've heard Malick is against DVD extras. Is this true? Are we doomed from the start? Are there any other fans out there who would like to see an improved DVD edition?