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Can confirm the picture quality on the Arrow Special Edition 4K UHD is an enormous improvement upon the previously released blu-rays.

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Amazon just added a third 4K/UHD release:

Deluxe Limited Edition Steelbook 4K/UHD

So we have one (Limited Edition) Blu-ray release. A normal packaging (Limited Edition) 4K/UHD release, a (Limited Edition) 4K/UHD Steelbook release and now a (Deluxe Limited Edition) Steelbook 4K/UHD release.
 

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Amazon just added a third 4K/UHD release:

Deluxe Limited Edition Steelbook 4K/UHD

So we have one (Limited Edition) Blu-ray release. A normal packaging (Limited Edition) 4K/UHD release, a (Limited Edition) 4K/UHD Steelbook release and now a (Deluxe Limited Edition) Steelbook 4K/UHD release.

I just added the link to the preorders in the original post.

Absolutely crazy there are so many editions of this being made available.

As much as I love this movie, I am not paying $60-$70 for it. There will be a price drop for certain, but I'll pick this up months down the road.
 

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Despite how many versions are coming, are they really all just reissues? This came out a year or two ago didn't it? Was the first 4k limited?
 

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It might be worth mentioning that the new remaster already looks very much improved as a regular Blu-ray:

new BD Arrow vs UHD Arrow:

new BD Arrow vs old BD Warner:

It looks as if somebody has decided at some point that the image was too grainy or at least this is how it looks to me with grain completely missing in areas where it should be but somehow visible elsewhere. So I am not a big fan but the UHD version is best version of this movie so far on home video.
 

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