I just got the MGM Robocop DVD for my birthday today and was elated at what I saw in the insert. In addition to a diagram showing a 4:3 screen within a 16:9 screen, it contained this little blurb: "Robocop is offered in the wiedescreen format, enabling you to experience the picture exactly as it was originally shown in theaters. Depending on how the film was shot, the widescreen format presents up to 50% more image to the left and right of the screen than the standard "pan & scan" process, thus preserving the director's vision of each scene. Black bars at the top and bottom of the screen are normal for this format." This explanation or something similar needs to be prominently displayed on every DVD's packaging and in every DVD retailer/renter, no?