Why is uncompressed PCM never used on DVD releases? I know of only one instance of it on dvd, in Do The Right Thing, and it sounds phenomenally better than the Dolby digital stereo track. I would much rather have PCM on dvd releases, than silly re-mixes to 5.1 of films that don't really need it. In addition, if you are going to release a film in stereo why not go with uncompressed PCM? It is definitely worth it. Is there some reason (disc space?) that makes it hard for studios to use it? DVDFILE mentioned that the PCM soundtrack for the laserdisc of Crocodile Dundee sounded much better than the barebones release of the dvd, which is in Dolby 2.0, surely they could have fit the laserdisc soundtrack?