Am I the only one disturbed about the recent trend toward not including inserts in DVD's? I'm not talking about the companies that historically never have (Lion's Gate, for example). I'm talking about the big name studios just not bothering anymore. Last week, it was The Emperor's Club (Columbia/Tri-Star) and this week Equilibrium (Dimension). And apparently this is a practice that is going to continue. At least with Lion's Gate releases, the chapter stops were usually included on the back cover of the DVD so it wasn't really a big loss. But what if I want to glance quickly at the chapter stops to find my favorite scene? Does it really add so much of an expense to the production of these discs to add a single piece of paper that shows the chapter stops? Hell, throw advertising for other discs on the back of it to make up for it... but at least give me some kind of quick reference to what the hell is on the disc. I don't think I'm asking much. Where do we go from here? Will a chapter stop insert become a special feature or something you see only in special editions? Will we see "Superbit -- Now with Insert!"? Are the words "Limited Edition Insert" far behind? Will we lose the cover art altogether and just have big black and white generic titles to save on ink? Studios everywhere, I implore you -- Don't screw with a formula that is so obviously working. For my $20, give me the disc, the case, the cover art and an insert... and I'll keep buying. Oh hell, I'll probably keep buying anyway, but I won't be as happy. Ah... I feel better now that I have that out of my system. Who's up for croquet?