http://www.hive4media.com/news/html/...rticle_id=5067 Highlights of article: "Universal Entertainment’s Michael Denzel sent a notice to the 1980 crime drama’s fan site, www.miami-vice.org, saying that a DVD release is “nearly impossible” because of difficulties in getting rights to the music that was featured in the show. "According to Denzel’s notice, “We have no intention of releasing ‘Miami Vice’ at any time in the near future.” "Denzel also blasted fan-site members who had deluged Universal with e-mails about the program’s DVD fate. In particular, he decried “false rumors” and “hateful and negative feedback” from irate fans, and “suggested” to the fan site’s operator that the forum section be “permanently removed” if the issue was not resolved." Okay, fanboys can get mighty nasty when they don't get what they want, as witnessed here numerous times. But to suggest "permanently removing" a forum because they don't like the negative feedback? Someone needs to grow some backbone there? Why don't they hire someone from the French offices of Vivendi Universal to handle customer relations? I hear they know how to deal with rudeness.