Reading something on the Wonka board at the WB site, and someone mentioned that WB market research indicated that 80% of consumers preferred P&S. If this is the case, then wouldn't it seem like they made the right decision from a business standpoint? What I'd like to call into question though, is those 80%. First of all, ans anyone who remembers the Quebec referrendum, and they can tell you that the wording of a question is VERY important. Was the survey written with a P&S bias? Also, did those who were surveyed actually know what widescreen was? If you'd asked me about 12 years ago, I would have said I wanted to see the picture fill my screen too. I wonder what the results would have been if they'd included an explanation of widescreen with the survey (if they indeed did not). There has been a lot of hostility towards the studio on this board, and I think that some of it is going too far. WB, like all the studios out there, is in the game to make money, and if P&S does that, then so be it. I don't have to like it, but unless we can change people's minds about OAR, the studios will continue to do what's profitable.