Just wondering if anyone has heard any explanations from WB about why commentaries on The Swarm and Wolfen were dropped? Was it clearance issues, talent demanding more money, or a perceived lack of interest? It appears that one or both had already been recorded and were scrapped--it seems odd that Warner would dump them. I really hope we don't see the commentaries from the upcoming Amadeus, Singin In the Rain etc SEs start to evaporate when they get released. I did recently read an article about a new documentary on Wilco that is coming out on DVD and a comment is made by the film's director that their "DVD distributor" says that commentary is the least-desirable extra. And hmmm...even though Wilco had a much-publicized split with WB-owned Reprise, I believe their new label is indeed a WB subsidiary itself. Is Warner souring on commentary tracks? Speaking only for myself I consider them by far the most substantial extra feature and would buy less discs I'm on the fence about if they lack commentary.