The VSDA recently conducted a survey on DVD extras to gauge their popularity. The results were reported exclusively in Tuesday's USA Today before being made public later in the day: http://www.usatoday.com/life/cyber/t...d-extras_x.htm Basically, the findings were that people most prefer deleted scenes, followed by behind-the-scenes documentaries and cast interviews. Commentaries, which one might expect to be most popular, are further down the list. I have some major questions about the validity of the survey--radio listeners were used as the survey base, for example--and my newspaper's survey director raised concerns about how it was conducted. The results seem to reflect casual viewers, and picture and sound quality seemed to be dismissed. But what do people here, die-hard fans, think of the survey? Please take a look at the link and post your thoughts here. I might do a short write-up on the survey in Tuesday's Minneapolis Star Tribune and might use your comments. I will need your full name and city of residence if I do, and will be sure to credit the Home Theater Forum. Thanks. Randy P.S. I do also have a copy of the actual survey, in a press release, but am not sure how to post that formatted document here. Please let me know the best way, and I can pass on that information.