Yes indeed. It seems lately TCM has been showing very bad prints of its silent films. One indication of this is the organ or piano score accompanying the films. Well, seeing that most of the silent films TCM shows are in the public domain, I guess they have no choice. Last night they showed a very bad print of 1916's "Intolerance". What a joke. There's supposed to be a fully restored and remastered version out there with new orchestral score by Carl Davis...TCM could have used that. Oh, well, it's as bad as they come. Not next week...they'll show a REAL silent classic, and one of my all-time favorites..."Love" (the 1927 version of "Anna Karennina", with Greta Garbo). As I told you before the "live" soundtrack is outstanding, like you're right there with the audience. Other than that, Silent Sunday Nights have become Stupid Sunday Nights. Worse than "Adam Sandler's 8 Crazy Nights".